No WiFi is better then bad WiFi, what other things does a similar rule apply to?

No WiFi is better then bad WiFi, what other things does a similar rule apply to?

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  1. That exemplifies the general rule, I think—especially for important things. All else being equal, only in uncommon cases would it be better to have a bad version of something than no version. However, in the real world, this analysis can become complicated since most things are interdependent; e.g., having some bad things may very well be required to have other good things.

  2. No health insurance is better than bad health insurance. At least you have a better chance of qualifying for financial assistance and getting a large portion of your bill waived. No “network” either

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