How fast does my internet need to be to use Screach?

How fast does my internet need to be to use Screach?

To get the best use of the Screach service, we recommend the following internet speeds:

Use of Smart Digital Signage only – 1Mbps
Use of any streamed content – 10Mbps
Top tip! To get the best out of Screach you should use a private (not public) internet connection. 
Don’t know your venue’s internet speed? If you are currently connected to your venue’s internet, click here to find out.




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