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Karma Mobility Makes Changes to Its Plan Offerings

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New changes have been made to Karma Mobility's data only plans. As announced on their blog, the Sprint MVNO has discontinued a few plans and updated some others. In addition to the plan changes, the MVNO also has an ongoing sale that will give its customers 5GB of free data when they buy a hotspot device. Read on more to find out about these announcements:

Karma Mobility Plan Changes


One of the big changes announced by the MVNO is that they will no longer be offering the Karma Drift plan. If you can recall, this plan was introduced back in March with a price of $10/GB along with a $3/month account fee. Any unused data would be credited back to the customer's account by the end of the billing period.

The MVNO also announced that it will be discontinuing its 1GB Pulse plan ($9.99/month) and the 25GB plan ($149.99/month). Apart from discontinuing these plans, Karma has updated some of its Pulse Plans so they now last three months instead of just one.

With the new plan changes in place, Karma Mobility's Pulse plans look like this:


  • $49.99/month - Includes 5GB of 4G LTE data (previously at $39.99/month)
  • $79.99/month - Includes 10GB of 4G LTE data 
  • $149.99/month - Includes 20GB of 4G LTE data (previously priced at $99.99/month)


Free Offer


Since Karma Mobility is a data-only service, you will need to purchase a hotspot device. They sell hotspot devices for $199. The MVNO is currently running a promotion where you can get 5GB of free data when you purchase the hotspot device within the week. And once you start using it, you will receive an extra 100MB of free data whenever a new user hooks up with your hotspot device.

Learn more about Karma Mobility's offer by visiting their website


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. I don’t know how they really expect anyone to buy this; as uncompetitive as it gets.

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  2. how they are still in business is beyond me!

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  3. Karma's reputation is already in the gutter, and these uncompetitive prices don't do anything to redeem it.

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  4. you think they believe in bad karma?

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    1. They don't seem to have a firm grasp of irony, either.

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  5. Junk. Quit censoring the comment, its true.

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    1. Repeated, identical one word comments are of little value. I will continue to block them. Say something original and insightful if you want to be taken seriously.

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    2. "Junk. Quit censoring the comment, its true."

      Please, have a clue. Dennis' control of what appears here isn't censorship, but is the opposite. Freedom of the press, in fact. It is his forum, and not yours.

      Again, you are no less free to make your own forum, just like Dennis B. has, and run it how you fit.

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  6. I've had my own comments deleted (or refused/blocked) here many times. But since I am literate in the English language and know what "censorship" means, and because I am not a whining crybaby who has a fit when someone refuses to let me take over and dictate how they run their, I never have a problem with it.

    If I did have a problem with it, I would go make my own prepaid news web site. There's nothing stopping anyone who dislikes Dennis' editorial style from doing so.

    Of course, that would require actually doing something and accomplishing something, instead of riding on (and soiling) others' coattails. Something that people who can only whine apparently are incapable of doing.

    I suspect the guy who is whining now might be the same one who attempts to make PPN his own personal amateur Breitbart with cracked partisan screeds.

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  7. Dis is junk!
    Trow it in da' trash!

    I don't understand why hotspot data is so expensive. Even at Walmart, the traditional 4 or 5 choices have been at the same price point for past six years.
    $7.50-$15/per GB (except Boost @ $5/GB) but that's still ridiculous AND you have NO ROLLOVER.

    With phones having hotspot capabilities at much cheaper $/GB options why are these separate hotspot devices charging so much $/GB???

    Even 50 GB for $100 on a stand-alone hotspot device should be easy-peasy, but no one's even close.

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    1. Hotspot data costs the same and is no better/worse than data used watching gardening YouTube's or reading Cicero books from Gutenberg.

      It's all the same to the carrier... In fact, to ANY carrier.

      It's all bytes. The attempts to claim that hotspot is different and justifying charging different rates isn't based on anything sensible or logical.

      If anyone is a "thief", maybe it is those who are charging double for data by charging a hotspot fee on top of the monthly data fee. Such charges are in fact illegal under current law.

      Using data you paid for isn't theft. Illegally double charging someone gets close to the actual definition.

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    2. Hotspot users actually try to use most if not all of the data they pay for.

      This rustles lots of jimmies, since the entire industry is built on under-utilization.

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    3. "Hotspot users actually try to use most if not all of the data they pay for."

      I'm not sure this is true. When I tether, I usually use less than 1gb of data out if 20+ per month.

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    4. Anon Dec 3rd 1040 AM : "Hotspot data costs the same..."

      What comment are you responding to? Nothing you said was relevant to NisusWettus' comment/question. How are you saying everyone charges the same when all carriers have unlimited plans that are LESS than $2/GB & even less when you factor the included unlimited talk/text.?

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    5. "Such charges are in fact illegal under current law. Using data you paid for isn't theft. Illegally double charging someone gets close to the actual definition."

      1. Charging extra for hotspot violates no laws. If you disagree, name the law section.
      2. Charging different rates for hotspot data vs. cellphone plans violates no laws. Name the law section if you disagree.

      Hint: Net Neutrality regulations are not laws. Your interpretations of NN are not facts and do not govern anything, they are just personal opinions.

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    6. 1. Charging extra for using the data you already paid for in a so-called "hotspot" violates Net Neutrality law. Which apparently will be in effect for a week or two longer.

      2. Charging different rates for the EXACT SAME DATA based on how you use the bytes also violates existing Net Neutrality law.

      Hint: Net Neutrality is the law right now. Your imaginings of it not withstanding. That is why I am sticking to the facts and you are presenting uninformed opinions. You are entitled to your opinions, of course, but when they contradict fact, I will point it out.

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    7. " Nothing you said was relevant to NisusWettus' comment/question. How are you saying everyone charges the same when all carriers "
      I was pointing out the fact that hotspot data costs the same to the carrier providing it as non-hotspot data does.

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  8. Looks like the Dennis Defense League came out in full force yesterday.

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    1. "Looks like the Dennis Defense League came out in full force yesterday"

      It's more like the First Amendment Defense League. Dennis has the same rights as a publisher that those who run the New York Times have.

      Despite the claims of Constitutionally-illiterate cranks who seem to think they have the right to seize control of PPN and assume rights as publisher when they have none here.

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    2. Hurr durr those are some awfully big words.

      I ain't sure an illiterate crank like myself can undermastand what your meaning is, friend.

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  9. We've seen all three main trolls here lately:

    - "Consumers-are-Thieves Troll", who is willing to throw out lots of insults at those who dare to use the cell services they paid for and nothing morr. Because I guess consumers should pay monthly cell bills and then turn the phones off and lock them in a drawer or something ?

    - "Political Troll", the most petulant, who alleges a condpiracy by PPN management to suppress conservative phone news (whatever that is!!!), and repeatedly demands the right to control the forum, and believes the First Amendment means the opposite of what it really means.

    - "Armchair Attorney Troll", who apparently thinks that the legal wisdom bestowed upon him for having seen "The Firm" on TBS has made him a Supreme Court-level giant of jurisprudence. He is quick to declare Net Neutrality law as not a law anymore. No fact will get in the way of his imagination.

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  10. Forgot the 4th troll: the Liberal Jibroni with entitlement issues running 4K livestream drone videos from their tethered phone for no reason other than not having a real job and living off government assistance for some pretend ailment.

    On a side note, and once again, mobile data and tethered data are NOT sent equally and in most cases, WILL USE MORE DATA when tethering. The forgotten 5th Troll is the one saying this is not true, as others, myself as well, have proven this.

    Finally, Karma is garbage and this has not changed since their "unlimited" debacle.

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    1. Such a person is not a "Troll" at all, because if someone has PAID for an unlimited plan, they are due. This counts if they use the data in 4k, for cat videos, for John Davidson MP3s, or homebrew anime 3d renderings. No difference at all.

      "On a side note, and once again..."

      Once again it is something that does not matter. It is all data that is paid for already. And any "will use more data" is just a minor shift along the line between 0 data used and infinite data used: a range which is covered when a carrier sells an unlimited data plan.

      "The forgotten 5th Troll is the one saying this is not true, as others, myself as well, have proven this."

      Make sure to point out this troll when someone shows up defending someone receiving/using MORE data than the paid for. That is the entitlement troll, indeed. But when you smear and tell falsehoods about those who use no more data than they paid for, you are nothing but the "Consumers-are-Thieves" troll.

      By the way? The paranoid inclusion of "liberal" in your poorly thought out troll description looks like an attempt to turn this into a partisan trashfest. Don't be surprised if your comments in this vein get deleted by Dennis, as he has warned us of such sub-standard comments in the past.

      There is no "entitlement issue" involving paying for something and then receiving it.

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    2. "Forgot the 4th troll: the Liberal"

      Man, I love to come to PPN to learn that conservatives hate liberals. It's not like there is anywhere else to read about this!

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    3. "mobile data and tethered data are NOT sent equally and in most cases"

      Computer science 101: a bit is a bit, a byte is a byte. There's no such thing as "different" bytes. No quark, strangeness, top, or spin.

      Bytes, and mega- giga- or tera- accumulations thereof, are the same if they are used for Wikipedia, 4k videos, nerd garbage, sports, music, or even 8k video.

      All the same.

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    4. "mobile data and tethered data are NOT sent equally and in most cases"

      Computer science 101: a bit is a bit, a byte is a byte. There's no such thing as "different" bytes. No quark, strangeness, top, or spin.

      Bytes, and mega- giga- or tera- accumulations thereof, are the same if they are used for Wikipedia, 4k videos, nerd garbage, sports, music, or even 8k video.

      All the same.

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  11. Corp j p sing it bro...

    I can't stand this nerd garbage. All those lasers n spaceships and cuddly robots in Japanese cartoons with giant eyes. Take it in and bury it. It's a terrible use of the Internet. Your right to call them on it.

    The nets too good to waste on that. I have 5 different monitors constantly streaming several different kodi sports feeds on my tether.

    MLB, NFL. I've got it all. I even started watching cricket on it last summer. Yeah cricket on Cricket. Nothing but sports. And I'm only using about 600gb per month. So don't get on me about using terabytes!

    Leave that nerd garbage Dr. Spock and his Star Wars for the kiddies.

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  12. Looks like industry shill is gunning for the title "Troll of Trolls."

    You can have it, brah, as you're the only one who gets away with blatantly breaking the rules multiple times in a single comment thread by constantly insulting others.

    I mean, that's literally all you do.

    Someone makes a point about something, and then you swoop in to trash them.

    At least the rest of the troll's gallery can stay remotely on topic.

    All you ever do is personally attack anyone you disagree with, and without any sort of irony or insight to boot.

    It's always "a bloo bloo everyone but me, Dennis and the telecom industry is a moron."

    Maybe it's the other way around.

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  13. No shill here, just tired of goons advocating for excessive data use ruining it for everyone else. Bandwidth is truly limited. Move along...

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    1. CorpJP, no one in any of these comments has ever advocated for excessive data use. The concept of excessive data use exists entirely in your mind. Since the use of being discussed is well within the limits of the unlimited plans being sold.

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  14. Wow, this back and forth about data use is illustrative of the serious infrastructure deficiency that exists in America. The amount of data that one customer needs should never be misconstrued as "ruining it" for anyone else.

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    1. It has nothing to do with infrastructure. The only issue about data use is created in the minds of those who moralize about other people using data differently from how they would use it themselves. i.e., on things such as "nerd garbage".

      Nothing ruins it for anyone else. That accusation is Pure Imagination.

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