Karma updates its pay-as-you-go hotspots to work with Sprint’s LTE network
September 24 2014
SUMMARY: Karma will ship a updated version of its small puck-like hotspot that works with LTE. Previously, Karma hotspots tapped into Sprint’s WiMAX network.
Most wireless hotspots are purchased from a carrier and often come with a contract. Karma is a MVNO service for Wi-Fi hotspots which lets consumers pay for the data they use, which is a preferable arrangement for a lot of people who might need a mobile broadband connection once in a while. Previously there was no Karma hardware that supported LTE, but that is changing as Karma plans to ship a new version of its Wi-Fi hotspot that runs on Sprint’s LTE network.