The ground state rotational spectrum of PH3 has been reanalyzed taking into account recently published very accurate data from sub-Doppler and conventional absorption spectroscopy measurements as well as previous data from the radio-frequency to the far-infrared regions. These data include Delta(J) = Delta(K) = 0 transitions between A1 and A2 levels, Delta(J) = 0, Delta(K) = 3 transitions as well as regular Delta(J) = 1, Delta(K) = 0 rotational transitions. Hyperfine splitting caused by the 31P and 1H nuclei has been considered, and the treatment of the A1/A2 splitting has been discussed briefly. Improved spectroscopic parameters have been obtained. Interestingly, the most pronounced effects occured for the hyperfine parameters.