Motorola unveiled the Moto Z2 Force flagship last week and while the handset is expected to go on sale on August 10, customers could already place a pre-order for the phone for $799.99 a pop.

But in what appeared to be a surprise move, the Moto Z2 Force received an unexpected discount. If you check the Motorola website now you’ll see the phone bears a price tag of $720, which is coincidentally the exact price of last year’s model.

Or you can pre-order the phone for $30 per month (previously $33 per month) with a financing plan from Moto. This price reduction is only available if you purchase the handset directly from Motorola, as carriers are offering it with different pricing schemes.

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Like before, you’ll be awarded a free Projector Mod with the purchase.

Upon the news breaking cover, Motorola reached out to explain the Moto Z2 Force wasn’t intentionally priced at $799.99:

The $799 was an error when the site initially launched. The pricing for Moto Z2 Force Edition starts at $30/month and always has, and may vary depending on which carrier is selected.”

So there you go, the Moto Z2 Force was always meant to cost $720. Any takers?

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