Convenience

Ju

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From now on, to your convenience, you may choose to settle the payment via bank transfer.

Can I use 'to your convenience' or 'at your convenience' in the above sentence. Are they interchangeable?

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Rover_KE

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'... for your convenience'
 

Ju

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'... for your convenience'

Dear Rover,

Would you mind explaining briefly the differences in usages of 'for/at/in your convenience'?

I can't find it through internet.

Thanks.
 

Rover_KE

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'We have made some changes for your convenience ' (The changes are to make things easier for you.)

'You can pay the bill at your convenience.' (You can pay at a time of your choosing.)

'to/in your convenience' are not used.
 
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