Karma believes in a future where there is no difference between home internet and internet elsewhere. Karma changes the power dynamic between you and a carrier. You own the device, you own your data, and use them on your own terms. You’re in charge. 

With Karma, spaces are no longer divided into “has internet ” and “doesn’t have internet ”. Internet is wherever you are, for whatever you want to use it for. 
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
8 (est)
Karma was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York, US

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Karma has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
176 Grand

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Karma's latest funding round in October 2015 was reported to be $1.3 m. In total, Karma has raised $13.2 m

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Karma News and Updates

Credit Karma says it will offer credit monitoring for Equifax following this month’s huge breach

 Credit Karma said it will add Equifax to its credit monitoring service as part of its free product, which proactively notifies members of significant changes to their credit report. Read More

Karma’s next device is a Wi-Fi hotspot with built in Tor and a VPN

 Wi-Fi hotspot maker Karma Mobility will this fall unveil a specialized version of its KarmaGo hotspot device that includes built-in security features, including support for private anonymous browsing through Tor, an integrated VPN, black listing, and ad blocking. For customers, the promise is a dev…

Social media analytics company Synthesio acquires Social Karma

 Synthesio is announcing its second acquisition of the year — it’s buying Social Karma, a company that uses social data to help marketers understand consumers. Back in January, Synthesio announced that it had acquired presentation software-maker Bunkr. Co-founder and CEO Loic Moisand told me that th…

Dude tries to rob a car and gets a healthy dose of instant karma

A thief looting a car in Fullham, UK, got a fresh helping of instant karma over the weekend. Security cameras mounted on the street captured a man steal various items from a parked vehicle. In the clip, the man rides up the the car on bike, pops the trunk and begins taking items of out the c…

Credit Karma touts $500 million in revenues

 It turns out that you can make a lot of money by giving stuff away for free. That’s the lesson from Credit Karma, which today is announcing that it’s running its business profitably after earning $500 million in revenues last year. Read More

Dashcam footage shows dangerous driver getting a big dose of instant karma

When you're driving through winding country roads and you can't see what's up ahead, overtaking on a corner is never a very good idea. SEE ALSO: Very sweary supercut shows British drivers have one thing in common The dashcam footage above was recorded by British YouTuber Kookoocachu last wee…
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