It`s no secret that the crisis had badly hit the mobile market. In-Stat analysts estimate that during 2009, will be sold at 20, 5% less than the phones than in 2008. People who were left without work, are unlikely to change the old to the new phone. Companies also will not pay for laid-off employees of cellular communication. In general, people will abandon the idea of replacing the current devices - states Nogii Allen (Allen Nogee), the analyst In-Stat. In-Stat found that the rate of growth of subscriber base will fall from 19, 3% in 2008 to 8, 9% in 2009 and then to 6, 3% in 2010. Sales of phones will grow in 2011 (9, 6%).