This comes as subscribers have already been flocking to the exits after Netflix raised its most popular DVD-by-mail and unlimited streaming package by 60%. The new price, $7.99 for each per month, went into effect at the beginning of the month. This brings the combo plan to $15.98 from $9.99 per month. As expected, the backlash from subscribers was intense, but it seems even more so than management anticipated. On top of this, Netflix also reached a stalemate with Liberty Starz Group ( LSTZA) to renew its streaming content deal, and will pull its content when the current partnership expires in February. These factors led to Netflix being forced to slash its third-quarter domestic subscriber guidance last week. The company now expects 24 million U.S. subscribers in the July- September quarter, down from its prior guidance of 25 million. The stock plunged 25% following the news, closing on Friday at $155.19, its lowest level since October 2010. And after initially getting a lift on the news, rising as high as $162.99 in Monday's session, Netflix shares were recently trading at $152.75, down another 1.6%. Subscribers are being hit with a triple whammy -- higher prices, less content and now less convenience. Is the Netflix split-up the last straw? Will you continue to remain loyal or stream for the exits? Take our poll and see what the other TheStreet users are saying. >To contact the writer of this article, click here: Jeanine Poggi. >To follow the writer on Twitter, go to http://twitter.com/jpoggi. >To submit a news tip, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.