Verizon has a big axe and it has been using it to cut price trees down at the base. It did so for the Pixel. Now, Best Buy Mobile has smothered the costs to get the Moto G4 Play on Verizon’s prepaid service and the Moto Z Droid.

While Verizon is still offering the Moto Z Droid at $26 per month over a two-year device payment plan ($624), Best Buy has taken it down to just $4.99 per month ($119.76). For some odd reason, you’re also able to acquire the Moto Z on a two-year postpaid contract for $201.99.

The Moto G4 Play also gets a $50 price slash, now priced at $34.99. Just so we’re clear, this phone was at $50 this past weekend. You can grab the deal here.

Both deals don’t have end dates, but we’d hope that if you do decide on acting on this deal, you’d be quick about it — especially with the sporadic Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals going on.

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