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Karma Offers BOGO Deal When You Buy a Karma Go + Pulse 5GB Plan

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Sprint MVNO Karma has an ongoing promotion that will surely attract those who love to get a free month of service. From today until April 8th, your second month of service will be free once you buy a Karma Go hotspot coupled with a Pulse 5GB data plan.

Under this promotion, you will have to purchase the Karma Go hotspot device for $149. In order to get your second month for free, you will need to subscribe to the 5GB Pulse monthly hotspot plan which costs $40 per month. Apart from the 5GB of data per month, you can share the wireless signal with up to 8 devices and enjoy an average download speed of 6-8 Mbps. You don't have to worry about any hidden fees or contracts to enjoy the service.


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. Do not spend money for Sprint. They must know how angry customer show the power.

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  2. Not sure why anyone would get this service. You can get hotspot with Boost or MetroPCS plus phone service for the same price and without the throttle.

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    1. Or hotspot from something AT&T or Verizon based (much better than Boost or MetroPCS) for a similar price or not much more.

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  3. Verizon does have a good Hotspot plan as I had to use it when I lived in Elizabeth Cith, NC during times where my cable provider would fail. It $90 for 10 GB/Mo and no contract. The hotspot cost around $40.

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  4. Karma?

    Hahahahano

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  5. That's a very expensive hot spot. They at one point had unlimited internet but discontinued the plan because of overuse from some members. Aside from that plan, there really isn't anything that attracts me about Karma.

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    1. No kidding! A wireless hotspot with their advertisement / battery leeching service offer to the world at large should be $10 tops.

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  6. Sprint = DO NOT USE

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    1. Why? I've been using Sprint service through Freedompop for 2 years and it has been reliable and fast. Coverage is not great, but luckily it works in the places I need.

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  7. Tracfone has data cheaper than that and it rolls over.

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