Term term means your rate you pay for your life insurance policy will remain "level" for the "term" of your term life insurance policy.
For example, a 10 year level term policy with $100,000 of coverage and an annual premium of $250 means that you will pay $250 per year for ten years, and if you die during the 10 year term, your beneficiary will receive the $100,000 death benefit from your life insurance - subject to any exclusions in your policy.
If you outlive the ten year term, you may choose to renew your policy for one year at a higher premium, or the life insurance coverage expires. Another option may be to apply for a new life insurance policy at that time.
Here's how you can learn more and compare instant level term life insurance rates online today.