eHarmony Secure Call

Last updated: April 12, 2017 - 4:40pm EDT

A feature also offered by Match, Secure Call is a service that allows eHarmony users to call their matches without revealing their phone number. It allows you to phone and get to know your matches without revealing too much personal information. When you purchase Secure Call, you get a secure phone number that corresponds to your actual phone number, and your match gets the same. This way, you get to exchange your secure phone numbers and call each other at any time.

How to get Secure Call

If at any point in time you want to purchase Secure Call as a standalone service, you can click Secure Call in the "Premium Services" section down the right-hand side of the homepage.

To be able to purchase Secure Call, you must already have a paid membership with eHarmony.  Secure Call is included with the “Total Connect” membership, but it can be purchased separately for only $5.95 a month.

To learn more about Secure Call, including how to accept/decline a Secure Call request, how to make Secure Calls and more, take a look at <a data-cke-saved-href="http://help-singles.eharmony.ca/app/answers/detail/a_id/4299/~/what-is-secure-call-and-how-does-it-work%3F#How_do_I_purchase" href="http://help-singles.eharmony.ca/app/answers/detail/a_id/4299/~/what-is-secure-call-and-how-does-it-work%3F#How_do_I_purchase" "="" rel="nofollow">this quick Q&A page on eHarmony’s website.

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