Last we heard, the Motorola Moto Z2 Force was going for $500 in the US. While that deal is still on, you can now get the device at an even lower price. Best Buy is offering the Verizon variant for around $450.
Specifically, the 64GB model in both black and gold color options is being sold for $19 a month, which translates into $456 over a period of 24 months.
If you compare, that's a price cut of $300 given that the variants on offer usually carry a price tag of $756 ($31.50 for 24 months). Aside from the discount, the deal also includes free Insta-Share Projector mod, which carries a price tag of $299.99 at Best Buy.
In addition to Verizon variants, Best Buy is also offering discounts on Sprint and AT&T models of the Moto Z2 force, but there you can only save up to $200. For more information, including when the free projector promo ends, head to the Source links below.
Lenovo and Motorola are jokes. Anyone caught with a Lenovo or Motorola phone should be called out and shamed.
Lenovo's strategy is confusing because this is now cutting in their Z2 Play sales because the Z2 Play Unlocked is $500. The phone should have came out at the $500 price point in the beginning and sold the mods for cheaper.
Lenovo and Moto will probably never understand what is takes to make industry leading flagship phones. So much resources and yet none flagship phones which we can call as successful. For how long are you planning to play in budget category.