T-Mobile's Blocking Employee Vacations for September 20th

According to TmoNews, T-Mobile is blacking out three days - Friday, September, 20th, Saturday, September, 21st and Sunday, September, 22nd - as dates, when its retail workers can’t take vacations. Quite obviously, the reason for such a decision is the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C launch that is expected to take place on September, 10th.

Here’s what 9to5mac.com says:

The reason that retail stores blackout vacation dates is to ensure that the entirety of the staff is available to assist customers. With iPhone launches being so high-profile, it would make sense for carriers to make sure that all employees are available to sell the new devices.

This year is the first one for Apple to release its new iPhone on all four major American carriers simultaneously.

On September, 10th we shall see the iPhone 5S - Apple’s new flagship equipped with a faster processor, fingerprint sensor and improved camera along with the iPhone 5C - which is something like the iPhone 5 in all-plastic body. The release is just around the corner, so let’s wait.

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Written by Andrey

Thursday, August 29, 2013. 23:15

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