How to access your Sun Life Online account (Mobile App)

Do you still wonder how much money did you already put into your Sun Life account? Here’s the step by step guide on how to access it online.

Type Sunlife.com.ph to your browser and look for the Sun Link online at the lower portion of your screen.

 

You will automatically routed the sunlife.com.ph mobile. Scroll down.

If you don’t have any existing account yet. Click “create a my sun life account”

 

Register your details then click register now.

 

If you were able to register back then but forget your password. Put your email add and date of birth. Then check your email address for the link.

 

 

 

Since you were able to reset your password. Look for the email alert from Sun Life. Click the link and put your new password again.

 

Search for the sun life ph in your playstore or appstore to get an access to your account thru your mobile phone

 

Once you were able to download the app, you can immediately get access to your account.

 

You can also double check the nearest Sun Life Offices at your location.

You need to set up your own password for safety and security.

 

Loading details.

 

You can see a couple of things especially the amount that you put already in the account.

 

You can also see the current fund value that we have.

 

You can also file a claim and update your contact information.

If there are any new notifications, you will be able to see it too.

There are certain things that you can explore in this app.

FAQ’s

 

How can you make the payment is also available here.

 

Net asset value per share

 

Different affiliated bank accounts with Sun Life where you can send your funds.

 

David Isaiah Angway is a Registered Financial Planner, Chartered Wealth Advisor and a financial consultant for IT-BPO-Banking, HealthCare Industry and Manpower Agencies. He is a conference speaker and was featured multiple times in ABS-CBN News Channel show called On the money, Bloomberg TV Philippines First Up. He also writes for BusinessMirror, Rappler.com, and MoneySense magazine. He is a licensed nurse and a former Senior Fraud Specialist of the largest bank in the world, JP Morgan Chase & Co. He is the CEO and founder of WinLongTerm Financial Consultancy, that helps organizations retain their top key employees such young urban and educated millennial (Gen Y). It sets and achieves their long-term financial goals by empowering them through behavioral finance.

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