LIC WhatsApp Number: How to Use, Full List of Services

LIC WhatsApp Number, Registration: Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) WhatsApp Services is available for all LIC policyholders. With the LIC WhatsApp service, all the policyholders can check their premium due, loan interest due and bonus information 24x7.

LIC WhatsApp Number: The Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) has started WhatsApp services for the benefit of policyholders. The LIC WhatsApp services would be available to policyholders registered on the LIC Portal.

“Policyholders who have registered their Policies on the LIC Portal will be able to make use of these services on WhatsApp by saying “Hi” on Mobile No. 8976862090,” LIC announced this week through a press release.

How To Activate LIC WhatsApp services

– Save LIC’s official WhatsApp number in on your phone

– LIC WhatsApp services Phone number is +91 8976862090

– Now Send a ‘Hi’ your registered mobile number to +91 8976862090

– You will now be able to choose from one of the 11 services

– Reply in the chat with the option number that is given to you for the selection of services –For eg 1 for Premium date, 2 for Bonus Information etc

– LIC will share the details of your query in the WhatsApp chat

However, in orter to avail the services, policyholders will have to first register on the official site of LIC.

How to Register on LIC online? Here is the step by step process

– Visit and Click on “Customer Portal”

– If you have not registered earlier for Customer Portal, click on “New user”

– In the next screen, you will be required to choose the user id and password of your choice and submit.

– Login through this newly created user id and click on the option of ‘Basic Services’ – “Add Policy”

– Enrol all your remaining policies

– At this stage all the Basic Services will be available under your enrolled policies.

Thereafter, you can follow 3 step processe for registration for Premier Services. LIC mentions in its website that all the customers who have a policy on his/her life or on the life of his/her minor children can avail LIC’s e-Services. Registration on LIC Portal is mandatory for availing LIC’s e-Services.

LIC WhatsApp Number

The LIC WhatsApp number is 8976862090. Only Policyholders registered on LIC Portal can use the WhatsApp services of LIC.

How to use LIC WhatsApp service

LIC Policyholders can use the WhatsApp services offered by the insurer by simply saying “Hi” to 8976862090, the official WhatsApp number of LIC. The chatbot will then automatically ask you to select an option from the list of given services.

Full list of LIC Services on WhatsApp

Following is the list of LIC services that will be available on WhatsApp.

  1. Premium due
  2. Bonus Information
  3. Policy Status
  4. Loan eligibility Quotation
  5. Loan repayment quotation
  6. Loan interest due
  7. Premium paid certificate
  8. ULIP – Statement of UNits
  9. LIC Service Links
  10. Opt In/Opt Out Services

LIC is the latest financial institution to offer services to customers on WhatsApp.

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LIC Profit Jumps

LIC reported an increase of 23.87% in the Total Premium Income at R2,30,456 crore in the first half of FY 2022-23 ended September 30. LIC’s profits also jumped this year. In a statement dated November 11, LIC said that the Profit after Tax (PAT) for the half-year ended September 30th, 2022 was Rs 16,635 crore as compared to Rs 1437 crore for the half-year period ended September 2021.

LIC sold 83,59,029 policies in the individual segment between 1st April and 30th September 2022. In a similar six-month period that ended September 30, 2021, LIC sold 73,61,410 policies.

“The business momentum continues to be strong for LIC and as a result, the overall market share by First Year Premium Income (as per IRDAI) increased to 68.25% for the half year ended September 30th 2022 as compared to full-year market shares of 63.25% for FY 2021-22,” the insurer said.


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