Throttling? Hidden fees? Data caps? Here’s a rundown on how all of the major ISPs in the US manage their networks. For a lot of us, a good Wi-Fi connection at home is way more than just a nice thing to have. In fact, according to a recent survey commissioned by Google, a majority of respondents said they would be out of touch (82%), their life would suffer (79%) and they’d be lonelier (68%) without Wi-Fi. And 32% said that they’d be willing to give up sex for one month in exchange for a life free of Wi-Fi woes (that one seems low to me, to be honest). As important as our internet connections are, it’s aggravating when it feels like our internet service providers (ISPs) are selling us short — and, apparently, that’s exactly how a lot of us feel. According to that Google survey, 81% of router users said that they had experienced Wi-Fi issues, including outages, sluggish-seeming speeds and slower connections during peak hours. In fact, users reported dealing with Wi-Fi issues three times per week, on average. And that’s to say nothing of ISP billing practices, the abundance of junk mail they often send out, the lack of high-speed infrastruc...