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  • AXA France launches insurance for smart homes
  • AXA France launches insurance for smart homes
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AXA France launches insurance for smart homes

Fancy keeping tabs on your home from your mobile phone? AXA France has the answer. The growth of the Internet of Things has led the company to launch its first insurance plan for the connected home. Could the use of connected devices be the future approach to home protection?

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