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Moto Z Force Droid $312.00 Verizon online

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If you have a verizon account you can get the moto z force droid for 312 over monthly payments. Seems like a pretty decent deal for the hardware especially if you need a phone currently.

https://www.verizonwireless.com/s...sku2080195

The moto z force does have that annoying camera sticking out but it has moto mods that make it look better and also can allow you to explore the idea of mods as I think it may be bigger in the future.

Has microsd card for those that still like that feature as well.

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Your link is to the Moto Z at $13/mo ($312).
The Moto Z Force ( https://www.verizonwireless.com/s...rce-droid/ ) is $15/mo ($360).
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After bill credits or straight up pricing?
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$30.00/mo less $15.00/mo bill credit for 24 mos; 0% APR. Bill credits end when balance is paid. Line must remain in good standing
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deceitful promotion by verizon again. Advertise as 50% off. small terms below says after bill credits. how come that is considered as 50% off. They should say clearly after 24 months bill credits.
they are targetting to customers who wants to keep the device for full 24 months. their marketing team is bad ..this way they will reduce the sales as they are saying dont buy another phone till 2years.
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Thanks for sharing.

If the Moto Z Force was available Unlocked off Verizon, I'd definitely buy it for under $500.

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deceitful promotion by verizon again. Advertise as 50% off. small terms below says after bill credits. how come that is considered as 50% off. They should say clearly after 24 months bill credits.
they are targetting to customers who wants to keep the device for full 24 months. their marketing team is bad ..this way they will reduce the sales as they are saying dont buy another phone till 2years.
sorry can you explain what after bill credits means? Verizon is so confusing now with their payment plans. I have an upgrade available but it seems it is irrelevant for new phones cause they are all DPP required. I'm not even sure what the upgrade is for anymore.
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sorry can you explain what after bill credits means? Verizon is so confusing now with their payment plans. I have an upgrade available but it seems it is irrelevant for new phones cause they are all DPP required. I'm not even sure what the upgrade is for anymore.
People here like a low monthly DPP promo because you can pay it off and be done with Verizon, or immediately move on to the next phone promo.

Bill credits mean a high monthly DPP less a credit every month you overpay Verizon for service. If you're a long term Verizon customer and are happy paying them a premium each month, and don't want a new phone in less than 24 months, then this is fine because you'll get all 24 monthly credits.
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Better deal here? But when I click on buy, it doesn't show 7$!

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/clp/m...4857314902
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People here like a low monthly DPP promo because you can pay it off and be done with Verizon, or immediately move on to the next phone promo.

Bill credits mean a high monthly DPP less a credit every month you overpay Verizon for service. If you're a long term Verizon customer and are happy paying them a premium each month, and don't want a new phone in less than 24 months, then this is fine because you'll get all 24 monthly credits.
thanks I had to read it a few times but I got it.
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thanks I had to read it a few times but I got it.
I picked up this deal last month. Pretty happy with it. Replaced my S5 and lowered my bill. I generally keep a phone for the full 2 years. No complaints so far, the phone rocks.
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I picked up this deal last month. Pretty happy with it. Replaced my S5 and lowered my bill. I generally keep a phone for the full 2 years. No complaints so far, the phone rocks.
does this deal require an upgrade? Yea looks like a solid phone for the price. I'm thinking about it.
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People here like a low monthly DPP promo because you can pay it off and be done with Verizon, or immediately move on to the next phone promo.

Bill credits mean a high monthly DPP less a credit every month you overpay Verizon for service. If you're a long term Verizon customer and are happy paying them a premium each month, and don't want a new phone in less than 24 months, then this is fine because you'll get all 24 monthly credits.
I simply wanted to thank you for posting an informative and clear response.

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Better deal here? But when I click on buy, it doesn't show 7$!

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/clp/m...4857314902
It's also after bill credits
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It's also after bill credits
Why would Verizon take 50% off the phone without bill credits, just so you can immediately pay it off and leave their network? Would make no sense.
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Why would Verizon take 50% off the phone without bill credits, just so you can immediately pay it off and leave their network? Would make no sense.
the problem is that with this you can't even upgrade in 6 months, because you lose the credits and then you end up having to pay almost full retail price for the phone, which is stupid.
bestbuy has sold the regular moto Z for as low as 120...
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