A report from Tongan police into what's suspected to be the sabotage of the country's internet is expected this week.
Police are staying mum on their investigation into the cutting of Tonga's internet cable in January, which caused a 12-day blackout.
On Wednesday, the director of Tonga Cable told RNZ Pacific the undersea internet line was deliberately cut by a ship dragging an anchor.
No motive is known, and a ship owner identified by the company said it was cooperating with Tongan authorities.
Police and the Police Minister have declined to comment on the investigation into the incident.
But a police spokesperson says a report is due to be handed to the police commissioner this week.