See, Motorola, it’s not always wise to gratuitously take jabs at rivals, even when making a relatively fair point in the process. Distracted by this, we were very close to ignore a pretty sweet new deal offered for Moto Z Droid and Z Force Droid purchases made directly through the manufacturer’s US e-store.

Namely, every 5.2mm-slim device now comes with a free bundled Incipio OffGrid Power Pack Moto Mod, while the slightly thicker, more robust, larger battery-packing and 21MP rear cam-sporting 5.5-incher will ship alongside a complimentary JBL SoundBoost speaker add-on.

No catches, no strings attached, just remember to apply the “MOTOZPOWER” coupon code before checking out the standard Verizon-exclusive Moto Z, and use the “MOTOZSOUND” voucher for the Moto Z Force Droid Edition.

In case the promo feels familiar, it’s because Best Buy has been hooking up both Moto Z and Z Force buyers with JBL SoundBoost Moto Mods on the house since day one of availability. Still, Motorola’s offer is newsworthy because it’s Motorola, phone prices starting at $624 and $720 respectively outright, and a couple of customization options being available for both.

If you’re wondering, one of those easily pin-attaching 2220mAh battery packs typically costs $60, whereas the audio-enhancing, kickstand-including JBL accessory is priced at $80 outside deals like this.

Source: Motorola
Via: Phandroid

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