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Obamacare Open Enrollment Made Easy October 2, 2013

Posted by QUOTEBROKER in ACA, Affordable Health Insurance, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance, Health Insurance 101, Individual Health Insurance, Insurance, Insurance Quotes, Obamacare, QuoteBroker.
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Many think Obamacare is complicated. Let’s keep this simple:

866-SUBSIDY

That’s all you’ll need to enroll. Or if you just want to ask Obamacare-related questions. Or non- Obamacare related questions. Call the number, speak with a real live human.  It’s that simple. We’ll make it easy for you.

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1. danniewalker4 - November 5, 2013

es, its simple with the number but not in reality. I’ve tried to call and end up with automated messages and finally my call is hanged. Its going to be another topic like the Healthcare.gov website which accepted only 6 applications when millions of people visited the site to apply. And there are plenty of comedians cracked jokes about it, “How slow is the website? By the time you sign up for Obamacare, you’re eligible for Medicare.” Reference from http://insuranceexchangehq.com/obamacare-website-jokes/

QUOTEBROKER - November 14, 2013

Hi Dannie,

I’m sorry you had trouble with the phone number. There’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to ring through. Occasionally we have a hold message giving some quick facts about the law when our phones are overloaded and all agents are on a line. My personal number is 661-702-1755 – feel free to call me anytime.

Thanks

Myles
Quotebroker.com

2. When Obama Care Health Care Is Free For Some | tevinouadams - October 9, 2013

to implement an incredibly complex, inefficient and expensive government bureaucracy to administer Obama Health Care are probably not the root


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