It couldn't be done in that way, as others have said.
For one thing, the bacteria in the starter bottles is not the same bacteria that will populate your tank for it to become cycled. The proper bacteria could not survive. What is in the bottles is a different bacteria that, while it can survive for long periods in a dormant state, does not survive well in an aquarium and multiplies poorly. But it *does* revive and eat your ammonia and nitrites... As your tank properly cycles though, it dies off and is replaced by the familiar tank bacteria.
It will not instantly cycle your tank for you - but it will put a culture of bacteria in there to keep things in check while the real and required bacteria hopefully populate your tank. The optimal scenario is for them to be replaced as they die off with the proper bacteria, eliminating the sudden spikes of a normal cycle.
Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Unfortunately it doesn't seem possible to cultivate and sell the proper bacteria as they require a flow of oxygenated water to survive. I have heard six to eight hours as the longest they can survive without water flow... And that they begin to die off in as short at thirty minutes. With low temps and an oxygen tab, you might manage overnight shipping.
I have cycled media only before - I filled a tiny tank about half full of filter media for my canister filter and "cycled" the tank with my little hob filter running on it. I didn't have any spikes when I used the media in the actual tank (I wanted to shorten the cycling time by cycling before I actually had the tank and filter.)