Ok Cupid lacks some of e Harmony's cooler features (the impressive design and members-only virtual phone numbers, to name a few), but it's an affordable, functional alternative for those who don't need the extra bells and whistles.Read the full review ›› Free %display Price% at %seller% Plenty of Fish has two things going for it: price (it's free! POF has its problems, from site design to questionable ads.In fact, the only thing keeping POF from netting a lower score is that we didn't experience of any Kiss.com's billing issues.
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e Harmony has a beautiful, intuitive layout (you never fight against it as you do with Plenty of Fish), and offers services designed to get you paired up with that special someone.
e Harmony is pricey, no doubt, but the online dating experience is top-notch.
One drawback, for some: its segregates non-heterosexuals into a separate site.
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If you can overlook Match's rather busy interface and handful of other niggles, you'll find it to be an online dating service that's worth your time and money.If you're put off by e Harmony's conservative take on sexual diversity, is a great choice.Read the full review ›› Free %display Price% at %seller% The free Ok Cupid, with its well-designed interface, open-ended questions, and low-cost premium features, is a solid online dating site that puts no-cost rival—Plenty of Fish—to shame.In 1983, Pat Benatar declared "love is a battlefield," one of the truer phrases ever to be laid down on wax.Unfortunately, the ongoing war is one that's highlighted whenever Valentine's Day approaches.After all, no other day reminds people of the loneliness that comes with not being matched up with another.