CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - June 15, 2010) -, the nation's most complete marketplace for health insurance comparison shopping, recently launched to help seniors compare Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. is a one-stop shopping place for Medicare recipients who are looking for additional coverage and benefits that are not provided by the federally-administered Medicare program.

Consumers who are looking for additional coverage such as vision or dental benefits may not realize that original Medicare does not provide those benefits. It is extremely important that people who are eligible for Medicare understand what choices they have to get the best coverage for their health care needs. Shoppers on looking for an easy way to explore their options can use the free service to get free Medicare quotes and talk to a licensed agent for professional advice. In addition to free quotes, also offers an information section to help seniors make an informed decision.

The new site provides Medicare beneficiaries and those eligible for Medicare a complete Medicare buyer's guide. All of these tools are available to consumers at no cost and there's no obligation to buy anything.

"Medicare is a fairly complicated program, and it can be confusing to digest all the coverage and cost details -- especially for those who have recently become eligible to receive Medicare benefits. We created to provide seniors with a site that answers all of their Medicare questions and helps them find the coverage best fitting their needs," said Mark Colwell the Consumer Marketing Analyst at

Consumers can visit to get free Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement and Medicare Part D insurance quotes, compare plans and speak with licensed agents.

About GoMedicare is a free online consumer resource for detailed Medicare information, free Medicare quotes, and comparing Medicare products -- including Medicare Supplement -- with licensed local agents. The service at is absolutely free for consumers with no obligation to buy.

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