Moto Z2 Force 'Buy One, Get One Free' Deal Available On T-Mobile & Sprint By Harsh Soni firstname.lastname@example.org | Jul 26, 2017 07:46 AM EDT Moto Z2 Force Edition is already official and the pre-orders are already up for the smartphone. However, there are carriers in U.S. which are offering the buy one, get one free deal on the smartphone. The new Z2 Force Edition went on sale for pre-order on Tuesday and will be delivered on August 10. The smartphone phone has a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, an aluminum body, and dual camera lens on the rear side. The device is compatible with Moto Mods, which came out starting last year with the original Moto Z, as reported by Fortune. T-Mobile is offering a "buy one, get one free" deal on the Moto Z2 Force Edition. You need to get both handsets on a 24-month installment plan and add at least one new line for this to work. You also have to maintain an eligible rate plan for both phones. Customers get two phones and pay $750, or $30 a month for 24 months. T-Mobile's version also supports Gigabit Wi-Fi in certain parts of the country, thanks to the Z2 Force's X16 baseband from Qualcomm, as reported by GSM Arena. Watch video Verizon is also said it would sell the phone on pre-order for only $15 a month for 24 months, or $360 in total, for customers using it on an unlimited data plan. The carrier also mentioned that it would have on two new modular add-ons, the Moto GamePad and a red-colored version of the JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker. However, AT&T said it would start pre-orders on Wednesday for delivery on August 11. The Moto Z2 Force Edition will be $27 a month for 30 months, or a total of $810, on AT&T's Next plan. Customers who order before October 6 will also get a free Insta-Share Projector add-on, which is having a price tag for $300. At Sprint, the Moto Z2 Force deal is more of a "two for one" type of thing, and it involves leasing. Choose the carrier's Flex Lease option and pay $0 down and $33 per month with 18 payments. This is what it normally costs to get one Moto Z2 Force, but for a limited time, the buyer can receive another unit without paying anymore.