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Sometimes we take what is local for granted. Well, this collection of applications will help you rediscover what is right around the corner or help plan your "gas-tank getaway".

*Price valid as of publication date; prices subject to change. Cellcom does not endorse, publish, or support the troubleshooting of these applications. All application support is the responsibility of the developer. Developer contact information can be found within the application market or developers website(s). Application availability subject to change without notice. Not all applications are available on all devices. By downloading these applications you accept the terms stated by the developer(s). Please review the Information & Content section of Cellcom's Terms and Conditions for additional information, restrictions, and disclaimers applicable to these applications.

WBAY Action 2 News On the Go Application Icon

WBAY Action 2 News On the Go

by WBAY-TV
Price: Free*
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With WBAY's new Action 2 News On the Go, you always have the latest Green Bay & Northeast Wisconsin news, weather, radar, and video from the award-winning Action 2 News team -- plus Breaking News alerts, access to Action 2 News 24/7 live video, and the ability to be part of our local news coverage: Send your photos and news tips, and share content with Facebook, Twitter and email!

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Cellcom Visual Voicemail Application Icon

Cellcom Visual Voicemail

by New-Cell, LLC. dba Cellcom
Price: Free*
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With Cellcom Visual Voicemail there is no need to call in or listen to your voicemail messages in sequential order. Instead, you will see a list of your voicemail messages on your Android smartphone, and select in any order, which ones you wish to play, call back, forward or delete. You can quickly get to the most important messages first, or delete unwanted messages without even listening to them.

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