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Karma Pay As You Go 4G Hotspot

By: on June 09, 2014

It is now your karma to stay connected wherever you may roam. It is also your karma to earn free data in return for sharing your Karma WiFi hotspot with others. The Karma Hotspot, a 4G pay-as-you-go data conduit provides remote connectivity and internet access for up to 8 WiFi-enabled devices at a time. In addition, when you share your connection with others, you'll earn 100 MB of free data.

If the coffee shop hotspot is bogged down with users or your find yourself in the one hotel on earth that doesn't have rooms equipped with WiFi, turn on your Karma for instant, fast browsing and streaming capabilities. It runs at speeds of up to 12Mbps, and averages 3 to 6Mbps. When activated, the hotspot also beams open to all in its vicinity, and any one of up to 8 people who connect will send the Karma owner 100MB of free data, plus earn 100 free megs themselves.

4G Karma connectivity runs a flat $14 per GB, and requires no contracts or subscriptions. Karma also promises not to hit you with any hidden fees. The Karma hotspot itself provides 8 to 10 hours of use on a single charge. At 2.6" wide x 2.6" high x 0.5" deep, and weighing 2.1 ounces, the Karma is small enough to fit in a backpack, purse, or glovebox.

Get your Karma courtesy of Dude Exclusives for 30% off while supplies last!

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