Mobile phone sales have fallen in Spain for the past two years, as outlined in this published report. Spain has been hit hard by the country's economic recession, a trend that has reduced consumers' disposable incomes and delayed experienced shoppers from upgrading to better 3G models, as well as deterring first-time buyers from joining the mobile revolution. But there is potential for the Spanish handset market to stabilize next year if the Eurozone crisis subsides and operators can ramp up their LTE 4G activities to encourage more users to purchase new devices (e.g. Apple iPhone 5). Indeed, we forecast the Spanish market to stabilize and the mobile phone installed base will grow 2% in 2013 -- this will give content developers, car makers and other stakeholders an opportunity to address a larger market of customers. This published report, available to clients of our Wireless Device Strategies (WDS) service, outlines more detail for Spain's installed base and 87 other countries worldwide.