Well I'm from the UK, so my national bias is to assume that 'residential' == 'ADSL', where I don't believe it's technically possible to get pings that low. In some places you can get cable (with a choice of Virgin Media or... Virgin Media) and while I don't know so much about that, by reputation the ping times are at least as bad, often worse.
Over the last couple of years we've been seeing a major upgrade rollout, which means that people in urban areas have a fairly good chance of getting VDSL2, though there's only one wholesale provider and IIUC everyone offering it is reselling exactly the same product, which has fairly low caps until you start paying crazy money (eg £25-30/month for a 30GB limit, or ~£75 if you go all the way up to 180GB).
I don't actually know if VDSL2 is any better in terms of latency though, quite possibly not. Personally I'm relatively happy with my un-capped ~10Mb ADSL2 connection for £18/month, that usually only drops out for a couple of minutes at a time a few times per day (emphasis on 'relatively'). The national average is far worse than that, but we're only about 450m from the exchange.