Dictating e-mail/website addresses each one letter by one on a phone call is always challenging for me. I found that listeners often misspell certain letters like B/D/V because the pronunciation is distorted.
With a list of 26 words that represent each alphabet letter, if any, communications are going to be easier:
Listener: (Simultaneously) R-A-N-D-O-M-A-L-P-H... wait. D or B?
I: It's B. B of 'black'.
'Black' is a quick example of my own but seems good enough because 'black' is simple, easy, and there's no word such as "vlack", "dlack", "glack", etc.
I'd love the list of words like 'black' if there is already one in common use.