Sprint MVNO Karma Expanding to LTE
Nov 6, 2013, 9:00 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Karma, an MVNO that resells access to Sprint's network, today announced that it is making the jump from WiMAX to LTE. Karma's single product is a hotspot that connects people to the internet via Wi-Fi. Karma will continue to sell the WiMAX-based mobile hotspot but will add an LTE/WiMAX-enabled hotspot to its lineup during the first half of 2014. Customers who purchase the WiMAX hotspot before the LTE hotspot launches will be able to upgrade once the LTE hotspot is available. Sprint's WiMAX network is still up and running in 80 markets across the country, but its LTE network now covers 230 markets.
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