@Mateen.khalid, I can share my experience - when I went to the US last time, for $3 a day, I got unlimited calls, texts and 200MB of free data per day (renewed). After the 200MB, it would go down to 2G speeds.
Now, since I had never used 3G in my life at that time, I was all the more curious to know what speeds and all I can get (you know - speedtests and all which consumed a lot of the data). If I didn't do any speedtests, then my daily bandwidth consumption (outside wifi areas) was, at most, 30 MB.
In the UK, I had 1GB to burn in five days. I managed to burn around 800MB after uploading a WHOLE BUNCH of photos and streaming Youtube - that was when I took it to the extreme. In normal cases, I would never do either of the two.
Priorities! Apparently, ours is for downloading movies. If you really want to engage in piracy, why don't you install fiber at your home, pay for the highest possible speed, and rip it like there's no tomorrow? Don't choke bandwidth for those who actually want to make PROPER use of technology!