While the Moto Z2 Force got a jump on its rivals by releasing before them, it’s now at a severe disadvantage. The phone is largely unchanged from last year’s model and its now facing off against redesigned competitors like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, and the iPhone X. The $720 price tag might seem modest compared to those three devices, but now you can get it even cheaper than that.

Right now at Best Buy, you can grab the Moto Z2 Force with a $200 discount. You’ll be required to activate the Z2 Force on a monthly installment plan on either AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon (sorry T-Mobile customers). Since each carrier offers it for a slightly different starting price, your monthly payments will differ depending on who your service is through. AT&T customers will be charged the most at $20.33 per month for 30 months, which comes to a total of  $609.90. Sprint customers will be asked to pay $24.67 per month over 24 months for a total of $592.08 and Verizon customers will pay the least overall at $23.16 per month for 24 months, which works out to $555.84.

The deal also includes a free Insta-Share Projector that snaps onto the back of your Moto Z2 Force via the Moto Mods system. The projector can display up to a 70-inch picture. It also includes its own battery that will add up to an hour of usage. The free Insta-Share Projector promotion lasts until September 29 and has a $299 value.

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The full list of current and upcoming Moto Mods

The full list of current and upcoming Moto Mods

July 26, 2017

Even though there might be newer options on the market, the Moto Z2 Force does stack up well against them. It has the same powerful Snapdragon 835 processor that (almost) every flagship released this year has. It also boasts a near stock Android experience that Android loyalists love. It’s a compelling option, especially during this promotion when you can get it for up to $400 less than the Galaxy Note 8.