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Top message: Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Upgrade by rtrejo
Replying to: Re: Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Upgrade by cellcustomer
Re: Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Upgrade
To answer your first question, when I say "we" I mean my company (Virtual Office) because we are authorized agents for all of the major nationwide carriers. I am the President of the company, but am very hands on and involved with the day-to-day changes in technologies and devices.
As far as the carriers offering Windows Mobile 2003 software, Verizon and T-Mobile seems to be stepping up to the plate, but AT&T is dragging their feet on this one. Coincidently, Verizon and T-Mobile are the carriers that we have the best experiences with.
When it comes to Smartphones or Pocket PC phones - being that I have both, Pocket PC offers a slightly more robust operating system and ease of use, while the Smartphone versions are a "slimmed down" or "Light" version of the Pocket PC. If you don't have to have all of the features of the Pocket PC, a Smartphone will do the job just fine. We've sold a few Samsung i600 phones and we've seen our customers pretty satisfied with them. Whatever you do, do steer away from AT&T and their Pocket PC/Smartphones becuase the first sign of a problem you'll get ZERO support from them. If I were you, I'd consider an i600 highly or a T-Mobile Pocket PC if you don't mind the bigger screen/device.
Hope this helps your decision. If you would like to speak to any of my reps about any of the devices, feel free to give us a call at the 888 # below.
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