Dating does not include listings for all dating sites.
If you’re looking for a date in the UK then datetheuk is a wide-ranging site with enough detail on each profile to keep you interested and exploring.
It takes nearly all the most useful features that the other dating sites have and puts them together.
This means that you can make personalised searches, build a profile that suits you, chat in community chat rooms or to individuals, share photos and videos, wink, flirt, broadcast yourself with a welcome message, book tickets to a singles event and more.
offers a 3 day trial at £0.99 a day, which is handy for people who think they can find a date in that time, or just want to try it out and keep their options open.
But it’s rarely long enough to find a date for most people.
With around 3 million members its searches, which vary from very basic (age, location and gender) to more advanced (including body type, lifestyle and interests), ought to bring up a generous selection of local and UK-based matches which are tailored to your own interests and preferences.
One of the advantages of datetheuk is its number of features.
Upgrading to premium isn’t a particularly cheap experience at £34.99 for a month, either, which means you’re then made to consider extending your paid membership to 3 or 6 months to get better value.
The technical support mainly consists of a list of problems and possible answers, though it’s not the easiest to browse through, particularly if you’ve a very specific issue.
You can, however, email the admin team with an issue if you cannot seem to solve it elsewhere. Its formats work on similar ones from other websites, but it does combine them to produce something a bit more special.
Its profile creation is more in depth than most, meaning members will get a better idea of who you are, and its membership numbers are high enough that you’re likely to get a number of matches who might just turn out to be the partner you were looking for!
Part of the challenge of writing and understanding the Army's policy is that "fraternizing" is sometimes used to mean an inappropriate or prohibited relationship, when in fact, all three are different.