You have two basic approaches: you either run a web application on the mobile phone, using ASP.NET 1.1 built-in mobile controls, or you create an application that is run on the phone with the .NET Compact Framework. I like the former approach, as it will also prepare you for what's coming in Whidbey.
You'll have to maintain a separate set of WebForms (Mobile WebForms actually) for your mobile users, but you retain the server-side programming model you surely love from ASP.NET already.
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