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ng ring ring ring NOT A MATCH rin Study Shows Online Dating and Personal Phone Numbers Are No Longer Compatible Online daters reluctant to offer personal phone numbers due to safety and privacy concerns. A new study released from Bandwidth, one of the nation's leading communications companies, shows that "Call me maybe?" has turned into "probably not"-as the rise of online dating has led to a new reluctance to exchange personal phone numbers. When communicating on dating sites, how often do you give out your personal phone number? I would feel safer using online dating if I didn't have to give out my real phone number... 60% 84% Agree 25% Rarely 12% Never 16% Disagree Often 3% Always Share the love, not your number. The communications industry is developing new features to help protect the privacy of folks using online dating sites. One of these features is anonymous calling. Don't call me! 58% of respondents regretted giving out their personal phone number to someone on an online dating site. Over 57% of online daters would pay more for an anonymous calling feature. I can create a stronger personal connection with 78% others over the phone, instead of over email... Agree M 22% Disagree bandwidth

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shared by visually on Feb 12
Since the invention of the telephone, exchanging phone numbers has been an essential first step to create long-lasting personal connections. But a new study released from Bandwidth, one of the natio...




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