Verizon Wireless on Thursday began taking pre-orders for its latest smartphones, the Motorola Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid. Both devices are expected in retail stores one week from now on July 28.

The Moto Z Droid carries a full retail price tag of $624; customers can spread payments out over a payment plan at $26 per month. The Z Force Droid comes in at $720, or $30 per month. The payment plans are spaced out over two years.

Verizon is accepting trades on select existing flagship phones and giving customers up to $300 toward either of the Moto Z models as well as the Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2. Should one opt for a different phone, Verizon will still allow up to $200 in credit.

Moto Mods

Verizon also offered up pricing for a number of the Moto Mod modular accessories for the Moto Z series. The costs break down as so:

  • JBL SoundBoost is available for $79.99
  • Moto Insta-Share Projector is available for $299.99
  • TUMI and Kate Spade New York Power Packs are available from $59.99 to $89.99

Verizon is, for a limited time, giving customers a chance to save money when purchasing Mods. Those who buy one Mod with their Moto Z phone will receive 20% off any additional Mods they buy. Shop online, however, and the discount grows to 40% off

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