Clear’s new Clearspot Voyager Mobile Hotspot may be just what the doctor ordered: No stressful Contracts or long term commitments, Light on the Wallet and spirit lifting unlimited data downloads over 4G.
Sprint announced in June 2012 that they would be cracking down on smartphone subscribers who tether their smartphones as mobile hotspots to take advantage of unlimited data. Sprint is now carefully and aggressively monitoring user traffic to detect data use violations.
In July 2012, T-Mobile changed policies for mobile data. Prevously, T-Mobile subscribers has little or no option to restore full download speeds if their mobile data limits where breached. The new plan allows users to pay data overage rates, much like the other major mobile providers do.
Karma is not just a new mobile provider, but a whole new business philosophy. Karma goes back to the basics with simple design, simple technology, and simple sharing. Karma’s simple focus is total client satifaction, honest service, honest pricing, and honest communication. Karma intends nothing short of turning the mobile broadband business on it’s head. Read why that’s a good thing…
It was great while it lastest, but it looks like T-Mobile is shutting the door on using Android apps in Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to tether mobile phones as hotspots for free. T-Mobile will now tack on $15 for the same privledge.
Now that the Era of Unlimited Mobile Broadband Data Has Ended – What does this Mean for Mobile Hotspot Owners and Buyers? On the week of October 15, 2011 a somewhat low key press release went out to the media from Sprint that basically announced it will be ending the policy of unlimited 4G data [...]