The Alphabet was reduced to 27 letters in 2010 by the Spanish Royal Academy. The CH, RR and LL are no longer considered letters but are still used in the Spanish language. Some letters have also acquired new names, for example:
Letter B = be (rather than be larga or be alta)
Letter V = uve (rather than be corta or be chica)
Letter W = doble uve (rather than ve doble, uve doble, doble ve, doble u)
Letter Y = ye (rather than i griega which is still used among spanish speakers)
Letter Z = The spelling was standardized as ceta with a C and not a Z as in Zeta.