In this work. the performance evaluation of a voice and data integrated fast PRMA has been done. In this newly proposed protocol, every data terminal has an infinite buffer and voice terminals can work independently of data terminals. Thus voice terminals have the higher priority over data terminals. We can. therefore, analyze voice and data subsystems separately. For voice analysis, we use a Markov analysis. and we use the EPA method for data analysis in order to create an analytic form. As performance measures. the voice packet dropping probability the average voice and data delays, and the total throughput have been derived. It is shown how many voice and data terminals the fast PRMA protocol can accommodate in a frame under the constraints that the voice packet dropping probability should be less than 0.01, and average data packet delay should be less than 250 msec. We also discuss the stable region ibr this system. Numerical results show close agreement between analysis and computer simulation.