If you want an Apple Watch to keep track of your health, Aetna might help you pay for it.
The health insurance provider announced on Tuesday it will subsidize the cost of the device for some of its customers.
Aetna didn’t specify how much it would contribute to the cost, but noted it would be “a significant portion.”
It will also let customers pay for the remainder of the watch’s cost through monthly payroll deductions.
The company highlighted in a statement it will be the first major healthcare insurance to offer such a program, which begins this fall during open enrollment season.
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