RTE has launched a new app for Sky and Sky’s parent company CNE, which aims to provide consumers with a quick, easy and secure way to pick up a parcel.
The app is called Sky Express Delivery.
The app uses a combination of Sky’s own technology and the new RTE app, which is designed to deliver packages at the fastest speeds and in the most convenient manner.
“The app is built on the same cloud-based technology that powers the RTE mobile app,” said Simon O’Connor, senior director of marketing and digital marketing at Sky.
“It’s a truly seamless experience for Sky customers.
It’s a seamless delivery experience, which allows us to deliver your packages to your door as quickly as possible, in the comfort of your home.”
This means that customers will be able to order items in seconds and receive them in a matter of minutes.
This will allow customers to take advantage of the new features offered by the new Sky app.
“When you use the new app, you can use the Sky app on your smartphone or tablet, tablet on a computer or desktop computer, or on a smartphone,” said O’Connell.
“This is a perfect example of the benefits of RTE’s partnership with CNE and Sky.”
The app allows customers to track their delivery times and choose the delivery method they want to use.
They can also choose to pay for the service themselves and use a credit card to pay the delivery.
The new Sky Express delivery app will be available to all customers in Ireland on July 1, 2016.
The launch of the app will help the Irish public understand the value of Sky Express, which also serves customers across the world in a number of different ways, including through CNE’s delivery network.
“We’ve worked with Sky for over 20 years to deliver the best services for our customers,” said Sean O’Sullivan, CNE chief executive officer.
“We look forward to working with Sky on this new app.
We know Sky customers will love the new and improved experience, and will be even more pleased with the speed and quality of our services.”
This app is being launched by RTE Ireland, a subsidiary of Sky, which operates in more than 80 countries.