Kelly Bayer Rosmarin to appear in person before inquiry next week as it investigates network crash that endured for up to 14 hours last Wednesday

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The embattled chief executive of Optus will appear in person before a Senate inquiry next week, as it investigates Wednesday’s outage that left millions of its customers without internet or mobile phone coverage for up to 14 hours.

Optus has confirmed that Kelly Bayer Rosmarin will appear before the inquiry – which was brought on by the Greens and the Coalition in the Senate on Thursday – in the coming days.

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