Jan 9, 2009, 4:30 AM
The cell site, erected at the Kunkujang village, is set to provide a wider coverage to Wellingara, Sinchu Alagie, Kunkujang Golf and the surrounding towns.
The launching of the cell site would be followed by another launching of other cell sites at Farato and Sifoe villages next week, according to the company.
The event, graced by the Kombo North Paramount Chief, Alhagie Demba Sanyang, brought a convergence of religious and village heads, private sector representatives, among other dignitaries.
The launching of the site reiterated QCell’s commitment to partnering with government, private businesses and other sectors for the socio-economic development of the nation.
Speaking at the occiation, QCell’s senior marketing manager, Anam Jah, said they are growing wider with their network and deemed it essential to improve their project for quality network delivery to the public.
She cited some of the quality services QCell is offering to their customers, such as “Q-bantaba service and Q-power”, which she described as a great benefit to their customers.
“Our priority is to ensure that our customers are satisfied with our services,” Madam Jah said.
Lamin Yaffa, QCell’s sales manager, said the launching of the cell site was one of their fundamental goals in ensuring quality network delivery.
He described the “E-fankanta service” has one of the best loan services they render to their customers when they run out of units.
The Gambia Paramount Chief, Alhagie Demba Sanyang, thanked QCell’s CEO Muhammed Jah and his management team for engaging quite a good number of youths in his company, which, he added, is all geared towards national development.
“This helps to reduce the unemployment rates among the youth,” he noted, while thanking the head of state for creating the enabling environment.
The launching ceremony also witnessed a presentation by the GSM company of valuable items, such as mobile phones, pans, buckets, kettles and other stuffs, to the people of the communities.