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Moto Z2 Force deals

July 26, 2017

 

Earlier today, the Moto Z2 Force was announced and pre-orders began. For those looking to grab one or more of these new handsets, here are the current deals on each carrier:

 

Verizon - Moto Z2 Force can be had for $15 per month (original price is $31.50/mo or $756 full retail) on their device payment program and no trade-in is required. This promotion also entails a free Moto Insta-Share Projector mod that retails at $299.99. Customers would have to be on the Verizon Plan Unlimited in order to take advantage of this promotion.

 

T-Mobile - Buy one Moto Z2 Force, get a second one free. Financing agreements on both devices and a new line of service is required for this promotion. Additionally, a free Moto Insta-Share Projector mod can be had with a pre-order of the Moto Z2 Force. With $30 down, the device is $30 per month ($750 full retail).

 

Sprint - Like T-Mobile, Sprint is also doing a 2 for 1 deal on the Moto Z2 Force. With the Sprint Flex Lease program, customers can partake in the promotion, but at least one new line of service is required. Pre-order the Moto Z2 Force and you can also obtain a free Insta-Share Projector mod. The handset carries a price tag of $33 per month ($792 full retail).

 

AT&T - (UPDATE 7/26/17) As of now, the nation's second largest carrier will only offer a free Moto Insta-Share Projector mod with the purchase of a Moto Z2 Force Edition. The carrier is offering the device for $27 per month on a 30-month installment agreement or $809 full retail.

 

Take note, these promotions are based on monthly credits (except T-Mobile who will give a prepaid MasterCard for the full retail price of the device 8 weeks after purchase). If you cancel service before the devices are officially paid off, you will have to pay the remaining balance and forfeit the remaining monthly credits.

 

Happy shopping.

 

Source: Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint

 

 

 

 

 

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