Led Zeppelin will end its digital-music holdout when Warner Music Group makes the legendary rock outfit's entire catalog available to download from Nov. 13.

All online music retailers will offer the group's full albums or a la carte downloads from that date, WMG said today, including Led Zeppelin (1969), Led Zeppelin II (1969), Led Zeppelin III (1970), and the untitled fourth album (1971).

Through a new exclusive partnership, Verizon Wireless will become the first mobile music service provider to deliver Led Zeppelin full-song over-the-air downloads, ring tones, ringback tones, alert tones and wallpapers.

"The Led Zeppelin catalog is a highly anticipated and essential addition to the world's leading digital music services," said Edgar Bronfman, Jr., chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, in a statement.

"We have been planning for this landmark day for a long time, and we look forward to expanding Led Zeppelin's presence across a full array of digital platforms."

Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page added, "The addition of the digital option will better enable fans to obtain our music in whichever manner that they prefer."

The digital release program is timed to coincide with the release that day of the 24-track, two-CD Atlantic/Rhino compilation "Mothership," which spans the band's 12-year career.

On Nov. 20, a newly-remixed and remastered version of "The Song Remains The Same" soundtrack will be reissued with six songs that were not on the original album.

The British rockers will reform for a one-off performance on Nov. 26 at London's O2 Arena to salute Atlantic Records co-founder and chairman emeritus Ahmet Ertegun, who died last December. The band recorded for Atlantic its entire career.