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Transforming the Gambia's Digital Experience - QuantumNet partners with Samsung

Feb 28, 2011, 12:32 PM

When QuantumNet started operations in The Gambia in 1998, it was a unique beginning. Today as we move on, the company has become arguably the most dynamic force in the increasingly competitive electronics market, and certainly the most unique.

Being always on top of things when it comes to the issue of providing cutting-edge consumer electronics, as well as other valuable consumer goods and services, QuantumNet today has the cheapest and best quality electronic products in town.

The company, as part of its constant seeking of new new ways to ensure customer satisfaction, partnered with Samsung Electronics company limited, the world’s most sought-after brand in electronics.

With the partnership, QuantumNet will deliver a wide range of high-quality Samsung products and services, from home appliances to office equipment, and a greater variety of TVs, washing machines, mobile phones, personal computers, cameras and camcorders, at give-away prices.

The minister of Trade and Employment, Abdou Kolley, Friday officially launched the QuantumNet Samsung Brandshop and the Samsung Mobile Plaza in Banjul and Westfield.

The trendy and elegantly designed Samsung Brandshop at Qcell Building along Kairaba Avenue, have in stock quality products which come with a year's warranty, and with after sales support service that meets the international benchmark of service excellence.

"The opening of this state-of-the-art showroom captures the commitment of QuantumNet and Samsung to delivering nothing, but the best," Ousman Kebbeh, managing director of QuantumNet said in his welcome remarks.

According to him, the partnership is very good news for the consumers, for they will have available to them the most up-to-date Samsung products and services, and enjoy for themselves the reason why Samsung has become the world's most loved brand in consumer electronics.

"To further ease our valued customers' peace of mind for their investments, we have a state-of-the-art service center being set up at the Total petrol station at Kololi to provide excellent service for all Samsung equipment," he said, adding that by this partnership, QuantumNet will be better poised to offer a richer choice of the latest products and services to the people living in this country.

Mr Leon Sin, Managing Director of Samsung Dakar and head of West Africa zone, described the partnership as meaningful, noting that from now on Samsung will supply its products to QuantumNet. He underscored the need for partnership in business, while expressing hope that their partnership with QuantumNet will be a great success.

In his launching statement, Abdou Colley, minister of Trade and Employment, underscored the importance of the partnership, noting that it will force QuantumNet to provide more value-added services.

According to him, since its inception, QuantumNet has been growing bigger and bigger, and now occupies a top position in the electronics market. He noted that the partnership has further extended the company's range and position itself as a market leader.

Colley assured the two companies of government’s and his ministry's support for ideas that will always bring economic development to the Gambian populace, adding that government will continue to create the enabling environment for businesses to flourish.

Delivering the vote of thanks, Muhammed Jah, Chief Executive Officer of Qcell, said as from this month, QuantumNet will be getting all their products from Samsung. He said the company will also do all its trainings from Samsung in Dakar.

Describing the move as a big challenge, Jah noted that QuantumNet will leave up to expectations by bring for their customers, quality and affordable products from Samsung.

He commended the ministers of Trade and Employment and of Works, Construction and Infrastructure for their commitment to nation-building.