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As a not-for-profit fund, everything we do is for our members. To make sure we’re providing you with the products and services you need to take control of your super, we regularly ask for your feedback on what we can do better.

We’re getting in touch to share some good news about a change to default insurance cover that many members have asked for.

What's changed?

Members in Divisions 5, 6, 7, and 10 can now cancel their default cover for total and permanent disablement (TPD) without affecting their default cover for death.

Previously, default TPD cover was linked to default death cover. This meant that members were unable to cancel their default TPD cover without also cancelling their default death cover.

Thanks to this change, members now have more control over their insurance cover and the premiums they pay.

What's staying the same?

Under Qantas Super’s rules, a member can’t have cover for TPD without also having cover for death. This means that you will not be able to cancel your death cover and keep cover for TPD.

If you choose to cancel your default TPD cover, you can apply for TPD cover in the future. You would need to apply for Voluntary Cover for TPD and meet the underwriting requirements.

How to manage your cover

You can check your level of insurance cover by logging into your account online.

If you would like to make any changes to your cover, you can do so by filling the relevant form here.


We're here to help

If you have any questions about insurance through Qantas Super, you can book a one-on-one appointment with a Super Adviser on our website.

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