Why don't other websites give you the full picture?
When you buy insurance through iSelect, Compare the Market, Choosi, Choosewell and Health Insurance Comparison, they earn a percentage of the premium you sign up for. This can be anything from 25% through to – well, who knows how much, because they don't want us to know. Let's just say that iSelect had an average revenue of $894 per health insurance sale last year. If they don't get a commission, they won't show you the policy, even if it's the best one for your needs.
Canstar and Finder earn fees from participating funds and this shapes how they provide results. By default they show you only those funds in their comparison – you have to uncheck a box to show the funds that don't pay them fees.
How is CHOICE different? Well for a start, we don't take commissions from health funds. You pay us directly to search widely and apply our expert scoring so that we find you the best-value policies that match your needs.
We're also nonprofit, and we're not here to make a sale – so you won't be getting any pushy phone calls or emails from us.