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How Tinder Gets Away With Charging People Over 30 Twice as Much

The app's parent company will own your online dating habits for life

Tinder is asking its users for a more committed relationship, but age is a factor. The dating app began charging for premium features on Monday, and as thirtysomethings learned, they'll have to pony up twice as much as their younger counterparts.

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