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Wireless hotspot service Karma has announced Karma Go, upgraded hardware that runs on Sprint's LTE network instead of WiMax. When it begins shipping in December, the new US-only device will initially cost $99, but its eventual retail price will rise to $149. Karma avoids monthly plans and contracts, instead allowing you to purchase data in chunks that never expire. The device lets nearby strangers connect to your hotspot, offering a small amount of free data to both users. Additional data starts at $14 per GB with discounts for buying in bulk. Customers who purchased the original Karma will receive an additional discount on the new model, and...
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