Daily telegraph dating advice
With the ability to make instant contact - for free, it's unsurprising that Plenty of Fish was the most successful matchmaker according to our survey.
CONSUpgraded membership costs £35.40 for three months or £51 for six months.
And without it, you won't have access to the 'relationship chemistry predictor' that suggests matches.
Initial registration includes a basic personality test, but there are another 100 (sometimes quite personal) questions on everything from reactions to anger, sex and general interaction with partners.
The profile page is a bit like Facebook, with space for favourite books, music and films, plus a 250-character personal ad.
There are nice extras like icebreakers and quizzes (where you select questions for prospective dates to answer).
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The newspaper today said it 'sincerely apologises' for the mistake and confirmed the article was 'rectified immediately'.Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set.This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon.This site's designed around asking a friend to write your profile - far less painful, and you do get the chance to approve what they've said and add a few words of your own.
CONSUnlike other dating websites, which email you with suggested matches, this one doesn't bombard you with recommendations.Cost: one month, £33.95; three months, £95.85 Registration time: 1 hour 5 minutes PROS You can browse profiles (but not make contact) with free registration.