We've already told you all about the newly unveiled Moto Z2 Force, including the fact that it's up for pre-order in the US and where to get it from. In fact, in that article we highlighted a special offer from Verizon that lets you save more than half of the device's full price if you purchase it using installments.
But it turns out that Big Red isn't the only carrier that feels like offering a great deal for the Z2 Force from day one. T-Mobile and Sprint have decided to join the fun too.
The magenta carrier is running a classic Buy One, Get One free (BOGO) promo for the phone for a limited time. You need to get both handsets on a 24-month installment plan, and add at least one new line for this to work. You also have to maintain an eligible rate plan for both phones. The savings come to you in the form of a $750 rebate card, 6 to 8 weeks after you claim it.
To do that, you go to this website within 30 days of the devices' activation, enter the promo code 17MOTOZ2, and fill in your info.
At Sprint, the deal is more of a "two for one" type of thing, and it involves leasing. Choose the carrier's Flex Lease option and pay $0 down and $33 per month with 18 payments. This is what it normally costs to get one Moto Z2 Force, but for a limited time you can receive another unit without paying any more.
The Z2 Force will become available on August 10. Regardless of where you purchase yours from, you're entitled to a free Insta-Share Projector Moto Mod (a $299.99 value).
they know they are not going to sell well,lmao
I still wouldn't buy this phone. Considering there are better flagships available, such as the Galaxy S8 and HTC U11, there is literally nothing special about this phone. It feels like Moto played a joke on everyone (well, Lenovo).