Fitbit has been the go-to for people with health insurance, but the company also has a long history of offering premium-level coverage.
As of December 2016, Fitbit was offering a plan that covers a whopping $2,800 in coverage, but with a hefty price tag that will only keep people insured for two years.
Now, according to a report from Forbes, that premium could change.
The report said that while the new premium may not be prohibitive for most people, it will cause some to consider other plans.
In the past, Fitbits coverage has been very competitive, but in the coming years, some consumers will be able to shop around for cheaper plans, while others will have to pay more out-of-pocket for their coverage.
As Forbes notes, FitBit’s health insurance offerings will vary depending on the model they are on, and some customers might be able choose between three plans.
For example, if you have a Fitbit Charge HR and use a different HR strap, you might get a different plan, but you’ll still be covered by Fitbit’s two-year plan.
However, if your Fitbits are on a higher-end model and you are on the $10,000 to $15,000 plan, you may be able get a cheaper plan that will cover your costs up to the next two years for only $1,000.
The article also notes that Fitbits plans have long been controversial, with some people complaining that the company doesn’t make sure that people who purchase its health insurance have the coverage they need.
It’s unclear what Fitbit plans will include, but it’s not clear that the new policy will cover all of the company’s plans, nor will it include any new plans.
If you’re looking to make a choice between a cheaper Fitbit or a more expensive Fitbit, the report notes that you may need to contact the insurance company to discuss your options.