Yes, you can. You are supposed to pay for the insurance by card in Czech crowns according to the chosen rate.
You will get an addition to your insurance which proves the fact that you have paid for the insurance. It will be also necessary in the Department of Interior on case you want to prolong your permission of residence or obtain a short-term visa.
I needed to get a comprehensive insurance with 60.000 EUR coverage for my student visa in the Czech Republic and I bought it online on Pojisteni-cizincu.cz with no problem.
I chose Uniqa as it's a big and reliable international company. They sent me all the required papers for the Embassy and I got a plastic card at the office in Prague at Mustek. Thanks, will come again.
I'm using Foreigners' Insurance Center in Prague for several years already. Previously I had the cheapest Maxima insurance for two years, now I got an insurance from Slavia and pVZP for my children who are studying at the moment.
My sister had an insurance for pregnant and was happy with the service. We always get all the answers we need, about the price, what is covered and the list of facilities where we can use the insurance. Highly recommend!
Centrum Pojištění Cizinců - Foreigners' Insurance Center s.r.o. Samostatný zprostředkovatel dle zákona č. 170/2018 Sb. o distribuci pojištění a zajištění zapsaný v registru ČNB.
Thank you for your message. We will reply to you as soon as possible