says. (There are two types of Openreach fibre. Do you know which is being provided in your area and cabinet?)
Assuming it will be FTTC, then once the exchange is enabled it then requires your cabinet to be enabled. Normally only some of the cabinets of an exchange are enabled immediately, and the rest later. Some never are. Do you know which cabinet you are on?
ISPs using BT Wholesale can usually offer FTTC to enabled cabinets as soon as the user's exchange is enabled. Sky and TalkTalk users may have to wait a week or so after the exchange is enabled for those ISPs' kit to be linked to the Openreach FTTC panel in the exchange.
No ISP offers automatic upgrades to fibre, either FTTC or FTTP. It's a rather big step up in performance and price. At the moment it also appears that, (of consumer ISPs), only BT Retail offer FTTP.