mpg187 wrote:I think WM in under advertised, I see commercials for iPhone and Crackberry all the time, but I never seen a Windows Mobile one...
It's definitely not advertised enough. I have seen a TV ad and/or heard a radio ad that mentioned that a phone had Windows Mobile, but it more an ad for the phone. Microsoft should promote the fact that Windows Mobile phones are available on almost every carrier, come in many different form factors (touch slabs, QWERTYbars, slide-out keyboards, etc.), integrate with Exchange (or My Phone in WM 6.5) and work with Office documents.
And, to reply to iPhone ads, Microsoft should show how useful multi-tasking is.
Maybe it could show how inconvenient using "the other phone" is when you're in a hurry.