Jun 15 2012, 2:00pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Sharing your 4G data connection with other devices is generally frowned on by most carriers. The typical mobile broadband carrier keeps a stranglehold on data bandwidth like nobody's business. If you want to hook your mobile broadband connection to another device, the company one should pony up more money. A company called Karma has unveiled a new 4G hotspot you can buy for $69. Not only do they want you to share your data connection, the company will give you free data bandwidth for sharing.
When you buy the 4G hotspot you get 100 MB of data. The hotspot creates an open network that anyone can connect to, if they sign in using a Facebook account. Each of those strangers or friends that signed in to your, 4G hotspot gets 100 MB of data for free and you also get another 100 MB of data. When you burn through your free data, you can buy 1 GB blocks for $14. The device operates on the Clearwire WiMax network.
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