One example of a continuos flow of news regarding the ongoing paradigms shift in the use and operation of telecommunications. The article also exhibits several of the most common disinformation schemes floated in the newsflow. Examples from the article are: “By contrast neither Skype or Vonage in the US, which is one of the leading North American Voip suppliers, own their own network. As a result Skype or Vonage subscribers will have to pay for a broadband service from someone else.” This is true, but also disinformation because what is not said is that subscriptions for ordinary phonelines becomes obsolete. This means that charge models will move away from call based to fixed monthly price for cable based telecommunications. Another example is: “Also the fierce competition in the UK and US over phone calls, both local and national, makes it unlikely that any Voip service will be able to offer the same cheaper, says Mr Main.” This is also some serious disinformation since the price wars are here because new operators use voip technology as a cost cutter for operating networks between ordinary phones. Which means that consumers are using voip technology much more often than they are aware of.