If you own a BlackBerry device with a keyboard, you’ll know how frustrating it is to dial a phone number that has letters in it (for example: 1-800-CALL-ATT) because the numbers on the BlackBerry keyboard do not have the traditional touch-tone telephone letters on them.

Up until this point, I just figured it was one of those things I had to deal with, but as it turns out, dialing phone numbers with letters is as easy as holding down the ALT key and typing in the letters like normal. And then when you push CALL, the BlackBerry automatically converts those letters into the right corresponding numbers on a traditional touch-tone telephone. PROBLEM SOLVED!