Karma Launches New Pulse 25GB Plan For $150 But Doubles Data To 50GB Until Dec. 31, 2016
Mobile broadband MVNO Karma Mobility that uses Sprint network has introduced new Pulse monthly plan. Karma launches new Pulse 25GB plan for $150 per month. However, for a limited time, the carrier doubles data to 50GB. Double data promotion is good through the end of the year, December 31, 2016 and only first 1000 customers can receive it.
With the newly added plan, Karma Pulse monthly mobile broadband plans offer following options:
- $40 per month – 5GB of mobile broadband
- $75 per month – 10GB of mobile broadband
- $140 per month – 20GB of mobile broadband
- $150 per month – 25GB of mobile broadband (50GB until December 31, 2016) – new
Besides monthly mobile broadband plans, Karma offers Pay As You Go option, too. Refuel Pay As You Go plan provides 1GB of data for $15. Data on Refuel never expires while on Pulse monthly plans, it does. Customers can switch between these two types of plans whenever they want within Karma’s mobile app. Also, Karma encourages customers to share connection with others on both Pulse and Refuel plans. Those on Pulse receive $1 off their next monthly bill each time they share connection. On Refuel plan, both sides receive 100MB of data.
In order to connect to Karma mobile broadband service, users must purchase a Karma Go hotspot. Currently, new customers who chose to sign in to any Pulse plan can get the hotspot for $99 ($50 off until August 31, 2016). For a regular cost of $149, everyone else can purchase it.
Karma recently introduced premium features to its customers. They can, for example, create a private network and share their Karma Go data with family and friends. For Pulse customers, premium feature add-ons are available for $5 but for the first month it’s free. For Refuel users, it costs $15, but for the first month, they will be charged $10.
Internet On The Go and NetZero, couple of mobile broadband providers that operate on Sprint network, have both recently changed their prepaid offerings. Internet On The Go for the better and NetZero, unfortunately, for the worse.