The short answer for residential customer is no. IN theory the IP address could change whenever the IP address lease expires, in reality as long as the IP lease is renewed on a timely basis, and the MAC address doesn't change, the IP address isn't likely to change.
The longer answer is that if you power off you router for a period substantially longer than the IP lease you may get a different IP address. If your router doesn't renew the lease on a timely basis, it goes into the pool and could be assigned to someone esle. If you change the MAC address on the router (replace the router), you are also likely to get a new IP address.
Short of that, I would refer to Residential FiOS IP addresses as pseudo static. They tend to change over time, but it takes a very long time, months rather than hours or days for them to change. In close to 4 years I think I have had 4 different IP addresses.
You can also go into the router and release your IP lease before powering it off to increase chances that your IP will be reassigned. YMMV.
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You cannot change the ip address, if you are using static ip address.If it is dynamic ip address, you can change it easily by resetting the modem or switching it off and on.you can also use Proxy server or Hide ip address software to change the ip address.To check the ip address before and after changing, Visit the site Ip-details.com Here you can search IP,domain host and it also includes city, country, global latitude & longitude coordinates etc.