Contact Address Details:
QuantumNet Gambia Co. Ltd.
Banjul area head office
PO Box 3469 Serrekunda
Tel no: +220 4378430
Contact Customer Service Help Desk
Telephone no. 437 8424
24 Hours a day
Institute of Technology (QIT)
PO Box 3469
Tel no: 4393552
Sierra Leone Branch
7 Wilberforce Street
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Telephone: +232 22 223736
Fax: +232 22 226143
The QuantumNet Group was established by its current Managing Director
& CEO Mr. Muhammed Jah in 1998, shortly after the creation of the
Internet Gateway by Gamtel & the United Nations Development Fund on the 25th September,
1998 at Abuko.
Quantumnet is the Gambia's first Internet Service Provider
(ISP) which began life with just 4 employees. Today, it now
employs over 300 IT professionals. It has branched out into
the West Africa region with a sister company in Sierra Leone.
A cellular phone service provider
Institute of Technology is an IT
training centre which has formed a partnership with the University of The Gambia, The National
Training Authority (NTA) and Saint Marys university in Halifax,
Canada offering e-learning classes. The courses held at the
centre start from basic, intermediate and advanced IT. Students with
little or no computer knowledge can take these courses.
Dial-up-internet access through the telephone system as well as
high speed (WIFI) wireless Internet (WLL) broadband services with
hotspots covering the greater Banjul and the hotel areas.
Arch 22, Banjul
Bakau, (near Observer)
Banjul (Dua Jabbie Building)
Elton Petrol Stations
Fajara (Opp. Emporium)
Westfield Junction (Sayer Jobe Av.)
Web Design, hosting and networking
Authorised representative for the (VHQ) Van Hessen Integrated Hospitality Solutions
- Micros Fidelio for hotels and restaurant industries.
QuantumNet is also a distributor of top brand names like
Nokia, HP, DELL, and IBM.
The firm also owns the Digital
Superstore is in Serrekunda on Pipeline Road which sells consumer
Espace Motors distributes Chinese made cars with its
own Automobile Service Centre staffed by trained mechanical and
Expansion of the number of cybercafes
throughout The Gambia.
Electronic commerce with the partnership
of local banks and the introducing credit cards to allow for online
purchases over the net.
Live video and audio streaming.
Provision of Intranet solutions to
enable corporate customers to integrate their Management Information
Launching of the Web-TV to enable
domestic users access to the Internet using their television sets.
Roaming email services
headquarters have since moved from Banjul to KSMD where it
has a purpose built office.