Steph writes: "I want to call a number that has letters in it…such as 1-800-GOT-MILK. But the keys on my BlackBerry are not like those on a regular phone and I don’t know what the corresponding numbers should be. How do I make that call on my Qwerty keyboard Blackberry?"
It’s actually very simple.
You can go to the phone function and begin dialing or you can actually just start hitting the numbers from your home screen and the phone application will open automatically.
Dial 1-8-0-0 or whatever the number prefix is. When you get to the letter, press the ALT key and hold and press the letters you need. The Blackberry will automatically figure out what numbers should be dialed. Press the click wheel and the call is imitated.
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