Cellular Internet is just about everywhere these days, but its contained within the devices that need it the most often: phones, tablets, computers. Theres also been a few generations of Wi-Fi hotspots, neat devices treasured by conference and convention go-ers and mobilebusinesspeople alike. One who fires up a Wi-Fi device at CES is likely to see scores of Wi-Fi access points. Most are secured and meant only for one or two users. A random passerby would rarely think to ask permission to use a strangers hotspot. Karma is looking to change that. Social Bandwidth, they call it. Karma provides the access point, you buy the bandwidth you need: no monthly bill, no contracts, no minimum usage. On top of that, when someone wants Internet, they can use your hotspot without affecting your bandwidth balance. They get their own! In fact, Karma gives you and them 100 MB whenever they sign into your hotspot and they get their own bandwidth to use. Sign up a friend using a referral link and get 500 MB instead."
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