Yup, with the standard Open Reach engineer install, they will install a new NTE5 socket and VDSL faceplate
I've just had this very thing done (a move to Plusnet as well as it happens), but the same should apply for most ISP's though if they are offering self install (Sky and BT? at the moment) I would expect there to be an extra charge if you want an engineer install.
Think where you want the new socket. It should be before any extensions, or they would need rewiring. I had mine installed in a sort of lobby area, by one of our entrance doors where the phone cable enters the house. The OR modem and the Plusnet router live there as well (hung on the wall), a network cable runs down into the cellar where it connects into the rest of the house network. It's niot a very good place for wifi connection in house, but I don't use that on the plusnet router as I've already got a wifi AP set up.
Had proper OR guy, he was helpful, put it exactly where I wanted, did a nice neat and tidy job, waited until I'd checked the connection was ok, and the speed was ok.
If you want the moden mounted away from the new socket, order the free 30m 'data extension' and then the OR guy can run that to where you might want the router.