Up until now, the shareable hotspot company Karma has offered internet access one way: Pay as you go for $14 a gigabyte, with free data thrown in when others hop onto your Karma Go hotspot. Now, it's introducing another method called Neverstop, which gives you unlimited internet for $50 a month. You'll be limited to just 5 Mbps download and upload speeds on Sprint's LTE network, but it may be worth paying for peace of mind without data caps. Just like with Karma's initial offering, which is now called Refuel, you'll also be rewarded when other people connect to your hotspot to the tune of $1 a person. With Refuel, you get 100MB of free data when sharing your hotspot.