T-Mobile to have Valentine’s Day Sale and schedules a blackout period in April and May

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Now that the holiday season is over, it’s time to start looking forward to the rest of the holidays this year. As per the norm, companies will tossing deals on holidays year round. T-Mobile demonstrates this by already having a plan for Valentine’s Day.

As PhoneDog’s Alex Wagner reports, T-Mobile is setting up for Valentine’s Day. It wasn’t a leap in logic to assume they would be doing something. After all, T-Mobile tosses a deal every year on Valentine’s Day. They’re usually pretty good, too.

So far, the deal itself is still hush hush. There are no details as to what is going on sale, for how long, or which days exactly. Of course, it’s very likely that T-Mobile will once again push their best smartphones like the Galaxy S III, Nexus 4, and the Galaxy Note II. So if you’ve been waiting for a high end smartphone, then start making plans for Valentine’s Day.

So what’s up with this T-Mobile blackout period?

TMo News describes the blackout as a four week period where employees won’t get vacations. So the last two weeks of April and the first two weeks of May, employees aren’t going anywhere. This is indicative of a huge event that will require everyone be present.

What it is exactly is anyone’s guess. Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will ship around then. There is also rumor floating around that this also falls into the time frame where T-Mobile will start carrying the iPhone 5. These are all unsubstantiated rumors, but the blackout does point to something big happening.

T-Mobile seems to have a lot up their sleeves for the first half of 2013. Is anyone going to be taking advantage of the Valentine’s Day sale? Or is everyone going to wait for April?

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