Travelers looking to stay connected on the go can now get online without paying exorbitant fees thanks to Karma. This pocket-sized gadget is only 2.6 x 2.6 x 0.5 inches and weighs just 2.1 ounces so it fits easily into the palm of one's hand. Yet this minute device can connect up to 8 Wi-fi enabled devices with a one connection and will last for about 6 to 8 hours on a single charge.
Then after purchasing the device, say goodbye to data plans with monthly fees where any unused minutes vanish with the start of a new billing cycle. With Karma users simply pay for the data they need on an as need basis. Thee Karma comes loaded with 100MB of data with additional data available in increments of $14 for 1 GB. Any data purchased does not come with an expiration date and will remain in one's account until it is used. Also, every Karma Hotspot comes with an open WiFi signal that enables anyone around to connect via this signal. Whenever someone logs on to one's Karma open WiFi signal, both the guest and the owner will receive 100MB of free data. Should one have any problems with Karma, their excellent customer service will resolve the problem far more quickly than the slow response one often gets when trying to reach their cellular carrier.
Currently, the Karma Hotspot runs on Clearwire’s 4G WiMax network and is covered in over 80 major U.S. Cities. The speeds for downloading are up to 12 Mbps with uploading speeds up to 1.5 Mpbs. In 2014, Karma will launch on Sprint’s 4G LTE network. which will bring their coverage to over 230 cities across the nation.
So when traveling in throughout the United States, say goodbye to high hotel internet fees or paying sky high rates when trying to log on to an airport hot spot. Just pick up Karma and go.