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CHATdate was started by 3 local guys from the North Shore who have created a world class environment to meet and socialize with other New Zealanders. CHATdate is the first online dating site in the world to incorporate web based voice chat using next generation VoIP Technology. It also offers web-to-txt and very soon Video Calling. It was created over 11months in a small Glenfield based office and after only 7 weeks of going live has attracted more than 300 users. We created CHATdate because of the distinct lack of anything like it on the market.. a single platform that is easy to use, technologically advanced for the 21st century and most importantly a safe way of meeting new people. The technology employed in CHATdate is not only new to the New Zealand market but also yet to be utilized overseas. It is truly revolutionary.

Why is it revolutionary? Because CHATdate gives its users the tools to further their contact with that special someone without having to divulge any personal details. Traditional dating websites allow only ‘Email’based conversation and with this you can only get to know someone to a point. VoIP Calling via our servers means a Voice Conversation is possible without the need for exchanging personal information. Video Calling* allows you to have a one on one ‘date’ all in the safety of your own home. We provide the Interim steps that have been lacking in traditional dating sites. *Video Calling coming soon.

Step into the 21st century of Online Dating with CHATdate.


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