Moto Z2 Force price drops to $99.99 in insane 24-hour-only deal

Moto Z2 Force price drops to $99.99 in insane 24-hour-only deal
Motorola’s somewhat underrated 2017 and 2018 smartphones have received some of the deepest price cuts on the market over the past couple of months, with a few truly irresistible deals available lately on the Moto Z2 Force and Moto G6 from both the company itself and carriers and retailers including Verizon and Best Buy.

But if you thought last year’s high-end Z2 Force was attractive at $249 or $229, the Moto Mods-expandable 5.5-incher now costs an insanely low $99.99. That’s cheaper than the entry-level Moto E5 Play, believe it or not, and no, it does not require a device payment plan. Nor does it involve monthly bill credits, trade-ins, coupon codes, or any of the usual “catches.”

The only thing you need to take into consideration before deciding to pull the trigger is that the 86 percent (!!!) discount today applies squarely to the AT&T-specific Moto Z2 Force model. 

You also have to be fine with the “Super Black” color option, but other than that, this killer bargain is indeed as good as it seems. At least until 11:59 PM CST today, December 6. Your single Benjamin will buy you a well-reviewed hero device from almost a year and a half ago that’s turned into a very respectable upper mid-ranger in the meantime.

The 2,730 mAh battery is still quite small, and the Super AMOLED display may not prove as durable in real life as advertised, but by God do you get a lot of bang for your buck here. We’re talking Snapdragon 835 processing power, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space, dual 12MP rear-facing cameras, TurboPower charging functionality, and fingerprint recognition.

All of that and more squeezed into an incredibly thin 6.1 mm package made from robust aluminum. Do we really need to tell you what other $100 or so phones have going for them?

Check out the deal here... while you can



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