Cyber Monday Deal: Moto Z DROID at Best Buy for $4.99 Per Month Plus 2 Free Moto Mods

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The Cyber Monday deals are still rolling in and we’ll continue to share them throughout the day, but right now, the Best Buy deal on the Moto Z DROID (that’s Verizon’s version) might be worth jumping on.

At just $4.99 per month for 24 months on a device payment plan, you are looking at a substantial discount. On top of the monthly price discount, the deal includes two free Moto Mods: JBL SoundBoost speaker ($80 value) and Incipio OffGRID 2220mAh battery ($80 value). Total value here is a $580 discount on the phone, plus $160 in free Moto Mods. Nice. 

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