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As consumers have become more accustomed to co-pay style plans, which they were used to with their pre-Medicare insurance, the transition onto a plan N should be easier.
Plan "N" costs significantly less than the uber-popular plan "F", plain and simple. And for those folks who only see the doctor on occasion, even after the Part B deductible and several office visit co-pays many people save a bundle. We've seen figure that suggest it would take thirty or more office visits to spend as much as the typical plan "F". For some examples, see our online Medicare Supplemental Insurance Videos.
And one last thing...never forget the influence of agent commissions on a recommendation. Because nearly every carrier pays the agent a percentage of the annual premium charged to the client, selling a much lower cost option presents a sizeable pay cut for the average agent.