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i had originally planned on getting the "F" plan but after talking to friends they say the "C" plan is just as good and a little cheaper..............is that true?...........another reason to get that book out........but i still find talking to people on the plans gives one a better idea of what to expect.
You have to look at what is available in your area and the premiums each year! I think E or F provide more coverage and no copays. Interestingly for '08 the premium for F which includes more preventive tests than E has a lower premium from AARP/UHG in NH.