Friends reunted dating
Before your virtual speed date, you and your date will get to review each other's profiles. After the conversation ends, you and your date are shown a scorecard to rate each other as a “Yes”, “Maybe” or “No” for follow-up contact. Identifying a gap in the UK market following the success of Classmates.com, Friends Reunited was officially launched in 2000. By December 2005, Friends Reunited had over fifteen million members and was bought by British TV company, ITV plc, for £120m. Friends Reunited bought and merged with Australian site School Friends in 2004.
When you are signed in, you can call the displayed number to connect with the speed dating voice system.
Social networking was not even a term anyone used, but Friends Reunited grew very quickly to become one of the largest sites in the UK.” It did. In a newly technological era where no one, not even JR Hartley, used the phone book anymore, it took full advantage of the internet's ability to shrink the world until it was within everyone's grasp, and for a few years it managed, organised and compartmentalised our collective memory.
Suddenly, all of us were revisiting old pals, if not to reconnect then to snoop.
'We listened to the feedback from Friends Reunited members and felt that you wanted to make new friends in a trusted, comfortable and friendly environment, so we decided to set up our very own dating service.
There are over 10 million people registered on Friends Reunited now and we are guessing that some of you might be single and looking to find that ideal partner for a long term relationship, as well as new friends.