Tinder No Longer Counts Towards Data Allowance For T-Mobile Poland Customers

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T-Mobile Poland will no longer count data used to access Tinder towards customers’ data packages.

The mobile operator has added Tinder to the list of apps that consumers will get free access to, without worrying about using up their data.

The Hollywood dating app joins other “zero-rated” applications like Facebook, FB Messenger, WhatsApp, Tidal, Twitter and radio stations.

Tinder is extremely popular in Poland, seeing 450m swipes and 1m Super Likes every month.

This update came into effect on 30th November for customers of T-Mobile’s Supernet tariff.

The dating app will be available without data consumption for those with the T2 and T3 tariff options.

Earlier this year, Tinder added a new set of inclusive gender options, one of a number of significant updates the company has made in 2016.

Read more about it here.

Simon Edmunds

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