Cellcom Sponsoring Community Recycling Event
03 Sep 2015

 Recycle Computers, Electronics and Appliances for No Cost Shawano, WI (September 3, 2015) – Cellcom is partnering with RecycleThatStuff.com to help the Shawano community safely dispose of their unwanted electronics, computers and appliances. A community recycling event will be held at Shawano High School (220 County Road B) on Saturday, September 12 from 10 am – 1 pm.  [ ... ]

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Cellcom Now Accepting Applications for Green Gifts
10 Aug 2015

 $33,000 will be donated to environmental causes (August 10, 2015) – Cellcom is now accepting applications for the 2015 Green Gifts program. Through Green Gifts, Cellcom donates proceeds from its cell phone recycling program to local organizations, programs and projects that are dedicated to or support environmental sustainability. The program was launched in 2010 to protect  [ ... ]

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Cellcom to offer 100 Mbps Internet Service in Shawano
06 Aug 2015

Shawano, WI (August 6, 2015) - After acquiring Shawano Municipal Utility’s (SMU) Internet and television services in December 2013, Cellcom has continued to use its technical expertise to enhance the user experience. In early September Cellcom will again expand product offerings and raise the bar for excellence by introducing a new Internet plan with speeds up to 100 Mbps for Shawano resi [ ... ]

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Nsight Named a Governor’s Worksite Wellness Award Winner
28 Jul 2015

Green Bay, WI (July 28, 2015) – Nsight, parent company of Cellcom and Nsight Telservices, has been named a gold level award winner for the Governor’s Worksite Wellness Awards in the large company category. The designation from the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness recognizes companies across the state that are committed to improving employee wellness. “Nsight&rs [ ... ]

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Restoring the Riverfront: Sheboygan River Basin Partnership Adding Rain Garden at Cellcom & Glas Cof...
14 Jul 2015

Sheboygan, WI (July 14, 2015) – The second phase of a restoration project along the Sheboygan River is underway. The Sheboygan River Basin Partnership is working this week to add a rain garden to the current native vegetation area at the Cellcom and Glas location in Sheboygan. Water running off roofs, roads and driveways can increase water in a stream by 500%, leading to increased flo [ ... ]

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