Motorola’s Moto Z, Moto Z Force and Moto Z Droid Price Drops by $150

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Motorola has been one of the most consistent smartphone makers in the world despite changing ownership several times.

This year, the now owned by Lenovo company released the Moto Z series. This consists of the standard Moto Z, the Moto Z Force, Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Play. However, just like many other established brands in the smartphone world, Motorola’s flagship phones have a rather scary price tag, especially when the Xiaomis, LeEcos, Huaweis, and OnePlus of this world are here, offering the same specs for a much cheaper price.

There is no denying that the Moto Z series has quality and unique abilities and features a premium build. Given these upgrades, the price is also high. However, the sluggish sales rate of the flagship has seemingly pushed the Lenovo-owned company to come in with an enticing deal for those who wish to buy this modular handset.

Apparently, anyone who wants to buy the standard Moto Z, Moto Z Force Droid or the Moto Z Droid can do so with a discount of $150 off the normal price listed on the website. However, unlike many of those discounts which automatically take effect once you make the purchase, this is a unique one, just like the phone itself.

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According to Motorola, you need to get a promo code from the official promotional page. Here you will be asked to provide your email address where the promo code will be sent. Once it is emailed, you can go ahead and use it to buy the discounted Moto Z, Moto Z Force, and the Moto Z Droid. Be warned that this is not a permanent price drop or rather offer. According to the page, the offer will be here until November 18 at 10:59 AM CT. So, you might want to check it out before it expires.

Keep in mind that the standard Moto Z will come as an unlocked model, meaning it can be used on T-Mobile, AT&T and so on. On the other hand, the Moto Z Droid targets Verizon customers.

Follow this link to get the official promo code from Motorola.

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